St Mary’s Loch, the largest natural loch in the Borders Region was created during the last ice age by two glaciers, one flowing down the Yarrow and another down the Megget Valley. Where they joined they scoured out a deep hollow which when the ice melted flooded to form the loch.This was taken with my KODAK EASYSHARE Z1012 IS Digital Camera on a sunny spring day in 2010. Changed to b&w.
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Feautured in Fine Art of Landscape Photography on the 9th July 2010.