Rannoch Moor, Glencoe, Scotland.
Sunrise was a pretty sombre affair but there were gaps in the clouds so I opted to hang around and was gifted the most stunning low amber light, like thick clear honey drizzled over a beautiful wild moorland landscape. The cloak of broken cloud was peppered with blue and tinged slightly pink by the remnants of a sunrise that just failed to mature properly. The broken patches of intense sunlight create colossal visual depth and clarity.
Pentax 67II, 55-100 zoom, polariser, 0.45ND grad, f/16 at 1/2 second, Velvia.
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