There’s a beautiful soft light in this part of the world. It always seems to me that the further North one goes then the softer it becomes. Sunset was around 1630 and the relative position of the sun to the Moray Firth at this time of year now seems to accentuate that soft feel. I was only at this location for under an hour but during that time I managed to see some dolphins, a rainbow, the moon rise, the sun set and a guy with a Labrador that almost knocked me over. The lab that is :))))
Taken from West of Lossiemouth in Moray, Scotland looking to the North West.
3sec. at f16
Nikon 18.0-70.0mm f/3.5-4.5 at 29mm
Hitech 0.9 ND soft Grad.
Manfrotto 190XPROB / 804RC2 head
More wet feet :))