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

Moonrise over Milquhanzie Hill

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There had been a stunning inversion layer, filling all of Strathearn from Foulford via Crieff to Glen Artney in the distance with thick fog. As the sun set, the cloud abated and I resumed a stroll around the Knock of Crieff admiring the colours of dusk. As I rounded a corner, the rising full moon appeared in the pink band of the Belt of Venus, its warm yellow colour contrasting with the rest of the blue sky.
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GPS location: 56.38929730000182, -3.8213965833246877

EXIF info

Camera: SONYILCE-7RM3
ISO: 1000
Aperture: f/6.3
Shutter speed: 0.0125s
Lens: 24-70mm F2.8 DG DN | Art 019
Focal Length: 62
Date and Time: 2020:11:28 15:55:38