Misty Morning, Loch Rannoch 4
For once, the weather didn't disappoint. The fog was indeed thick, the sunlight came with a first flush of red to the east and pink to the west, then faded obscured by mist, returning golden around sunrise itself.
The low cloud was so thick and consistent I never even saw the favoured mountain, Schiehallion, all morning; but the views across the loch to the trees on the opposite shore were awesomely atmospheric.
In this case, the rising sun burst through the clouds for a fleeting moment, reflected off the calm water surface, scattering a warm glowing light everywhere.
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