Rolling Along
Loch Arklet, The Trossachs. On this morning, bands of clouds rolled over the Arrochar Alps in the far distance moving gently over the mirror calm surface of the loch.
Take a Knapp
Knapps Loch, Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire.
Almost Lost
Loch an Rusgaidh, The Trossachs.
Loch Rusky (Loch an Rusgaidh), The Trossachs.
Breaking Dawn
Knapps Loch, Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire.
Lochan na h'Achlaise
Lochan na h'Achlaise and the Black Mount Mountains, Rannoch Moor, is a favourite location for photographers at all times of the year. Many struggle with the pronunciation - Lochan Naklasha. Many more don't realise the the name (less than romantically) means 'the small loch of the armpit
Sunrise on Loch Achray
I frequently go to Loch Achray in the mornings for photography. It presents great potential for morning mist and mirror like reflections.
Shock and Awe
Kilchurn Castle on Loch Awe. The castle was originally built about 1450 and its tower destroyed by lightning in 1760, a shock to those living on the banks of the Awe.
Knapps Loch
Knapps Loch, Kilmalcolm, Renfrewshire presents great opportunities for early morning photographers due to its potential for glorious sunrises and morning mist.
Loch Etive
Ben Cruachan reflected in the calm waters of Loch Etive in the West Highlands.
The Bonnie Banks
The mirror calm reflections of Loch Lomond, with Ben Lomond to the right and the Arrochar Alps to the left.
Smoke Signals
Cloud formations over the Black Mount Mountains, Rannoch Moor, reflected in Lochan na h'Achlaise.
Loch Rusky, The Trossachs. This small loch is a magnet for early morning photographers and gives nearly infinity view to the south.
Ben and the Boat House
A boat house on Loch Ard in The Trossachs lit by the morning sun with Ben Lomond as the backdrop.
The Dawn Watch
Loch Ard, The Trossachs
Half and Half
Loch Rusky, The Trossachs.
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