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Tim Haynes: exploring Scotland's outdoors through fine-art landscape and nature photography

Frandy Tree in Winter

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One of the better-known trees in Perthshire photographic circles: the ash tree by Frandy Fishery, with its characteristic arced partially hollow trunk, branches and twigs blowing around in the wind like medusa. I find it suits winter particularly well, the hillsides covered in uniform white from foreground to back. As seems to be normal when visiting Glen Devon, the weather was highly variable this afternoon with everything from brilliant sun and white snow down to obscuring grey snow. The one constant seems to be the incredible wind blowing up the glen...
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EXIF info

Camera: SONYILCE-7RM3
ISO: 100
Aperture: f/13
Shutter speed: 0.00125s
Lens: 14-24mm F2.8 DG DN | Art 019
Focal Length: 14
Date and Time: 2021:01:30 14:39:32