This is one of those mornings that I will always remember and be grateful to be a landscape photographer up before anyone else. It was my first trip to Glencoe and with the beautiful Stob Dearg. I was blessed with the most spectacular sunrise and snow dusting the mountains; the very best of conditions and not a soul was around - bliss! I had wedged my husband's waders in the car at the last minute when packing my photography gear and they ended up useful on this occasion as I put them on and waded up to my thighs in the freezing River Coe to take this shot. A great memory of Scotland's most photographed mountain.
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|Camera||Canon 5D MK III|
|Lens||Canon 17-40mm f/4L|
|Additional Notes||LEE polariser and 0.5 grad filter also used.|
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