Loch Bad a' Ghail, Inverpolly, Scotland

On a gloriously still Spring morning I found myself passing Loch Bad a' Ghail on the way back for breakfast when I was distracted by the sheer perfection of this beautiful freshwater red sand beach forming a neat crescent shape between the perfectly reflected mountain peaks of Coigach, their recessive shapes in layers of soft blue folded light. Between it a small island of pine trees were silhouetted. I risked a shot into the light and with very careful lens shading managed to avoid flare.

Pentax 67II, 90-180 zoom, 0.3ND grad, f/22 at 1/4 Second, Velvia.

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