This scene is looking over Lochan na h-Achlaise towards the peaks of Stob a’Choire Odhair and Stob Ghabhar. It’s on the Black Mount on Rannoch Moor just south of Glencoe and it is only just within the Highland Boundary with Arygll & Bute just to the south and Perth & Kinross to the East.
The mountains were covered with the last of the winters snow and the melt waters were beginning to flood these wee lochans. As I took this image, I’ll always remember feeling privileged by just being there to witness this tranquil beauty. I can still almost feel the crispness of the air even now.
It is at times like these, I understand why photography is so much of a part of my life.
“It took a little time till I had found the work I really admire! The work that really makes me silent for a while, the work that I won’t forget so easily!
I like this work because of the B&W tone, the usage of the foreground. The bush is reflecting perfect in the water and creating so much depth in this shot, the white snowy mountains at the background which are giving me the feeling Wish I Was There!!! Truly an amazing work! Had to nominate this work.”
Truly an amazing and humbling compliment. Thank you Brendan.
Canon EOS 40D Used