February 2016, Hasselblad XPan 45mm.
Having climbed Beinn Maol Chaluim under changeable conditions the outlook from the summit for some decent light looked bleak. A strong, cold easterly wind was bearing some threatening skies that looked likely to snuff out the only window of clear sky that remained out west. I waited close to the summit in the hope that an opportunity might arise and as I was about to give up the sun broke through and put on a spectacular last minute lightshow.
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