In late Autumn the sun is so low in the sky that it struggles to reach everywhere, resulting in a wonderful contrast between the cool shore and the warm foliage.
Posted October 24, 2012 by Scott Marshall in Landscape, Nature, Photography, Sunset, Travel
Tagged with Autumn, climate, Colour, creativity, Glen Affric, Highland, Landscape, lightscape, LSSi, Moody, Mountainscape, nature, photography, Reflection, Scotland, Scott_Marshall, Shape, skm1963, Sunset, Texture, travel, vacation, weather, Wildlife, Winter
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Wonderful moment captured…a bit sooner or later would have changed it all. Very nice….
What an excellent point, I’ve never thought of it like that before but you’re quite right. The warm colours are beautifully offset by the cool blues at this time of year.
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