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Rock Steady

Loch Garten. This is image number one for 2020. As I attempt to capture something interesting each and every day of the year. That`s 366 days this leap year. Not all will be showcased here but there should be a much larger folio. Last time I did this was in 2013 while building the 1896 Gallery. A necessary distraction and it is an excellent way to refine your photographic skills. It gets you out of your comfort zone. There will be days when its seems almost impossible to find something to shoot. But,thats the challenge!

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Reflecting on Winter

Loch Garten

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Sand soft.

Luskentyre beach, Isle of Harris

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Wild sea

Mealasta, Isle of Lewis

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Lazy Haze, Luskentyre

Earth shadow. Rich tones long after sundown on this gorgeous beach. Isle of Harris.

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Eilean Donan Castle

Loch Duich.

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Winter Rose

Loch Morlich, Cairngorms

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The Launchpad

Loch Pityoulish

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Primal Theatre

Loch Mallachie. Great sunset over the primordial Strathspey loch. A burst of flash was used to highlight the foreground. Also available as a landscape orientation.

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Winter heat

No heat, but a touch of warm colour under the setting sun. Loch Morlich and Cairngorms

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Red light zone

Loch Pityoulish. A fine art image.

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Mountain spirit

Cairngorm. Sunset near the goat`s path.

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Into the deep

Loch Pityoulish.A deep Pikey Strathspey loch with endless photo opportunities

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In the pink

Loch vaa has bags of atmosphere. Only lacking perhaps with mountain backdrop?

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High Water

Landscape version

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High Water

Loch Pityoulish. A long exposure under a cracking sunset

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Crimson Jewel

Carr bridge. A high dynamic range image was needed to capture both highlight & shadow detail in this amazing sunset.

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Crackled

Loch Pityoulish 1st December

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Storm Light

Ben Rinnes 841 metres. Banff shire. A prominent peak with an air of mystique

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Waltzing windmills

A 400mm lens from Cairngorm summit compressing the colours of sunset. Spoiled ? by 2 windfarms or is it just landscape photgraphy in the 21st century.