Dusk Falls, Loch Tay
Dusk Falls, Loch Tay
Mist rising off distant mountains, Loch Tay
I happened to be driving through Kenmore just as dust was turning to the dark of night. This is a classic scene, oft photographed - but this particular evening, there was such a contrast between the dark water of Loch Tay and the small patterns of light cast on the clouds and mist rising from Sron Mhor on Ben Lawers, it had to be shot - break out the circular polarizer and ND filters for a long exposure!
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Date/Time:2014-11-24T11:20:07
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