A pre-dawn glow starts to decend over Loch-Nah-Achlaise on a very cold and frosty December's morning. I had to brave a temperature of minus sixteen celsius but boy was it worth the effort. There are few days as rare and beautiful as this one and I was thrilled to have experienced it.
|Camera:||Pentax 67 II |
|Lens:||55 - 100 mm |
|Recording media:||Velvia 50|
|Title:||Sugar coated dawn|
|Uploaded:||6 Nov 2012 - 5:42 PM|