Loch Ainort

I was ready! I was so so ready to take the shot that was on my list of must see and photograph spots that I had been researching for months for our Scotland road trip.  And unlike my pointing the wrong way for the Sligachan photos which were up the road from here I was in the right location.  Just two things weren’t quite as planned.

The photos I had seen showed the mountains being reflected in the loch.  With the weather being so clear I thought I had this shot in the bag – not quite.  While the sun was cooperating the breeze made the water ripple so no reflections.  From the angle I had seen some of the other shots that  had inspired me, I needed to get right down on the shore of the loch.  That didn’t happen either.

There was a bit of a scramble down the side of the road where we had pulled over and I didn’t have on the right clothing at the time to get through some of the pricklier landscaping.  But in this case I still consider it a win for getting the shot.

Notice the little buildings at the edge of the loch; right in the middle of the image and on the right in the cloud shadows.  How’s that for perspective?

Teri  📷

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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4 Responses to Loch Ainort

  1. Wow. What a landscape!

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