My love affair with the Moray coast continues undaunted, on this occasion I was lucky enough to find Jacob's Ladders punching holes through a moody grey sky at sunset. The immediate foreground was fortunately just as interesting, a treasure trove of broken sandstone plates that resembled broken biscuits, cream crackers bearing the same name as the phenomenal light display in the distance.
Pentax 67II, 55-100 zoom, polariser, 0.6ND grad, + 0.3ND grad, (staggered), f/27 at 12 sec's, Velvia.
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