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River Coe, Glencoe, Scotland By Gregg Cashmore

This has to be one of the most beautiful places on earth and I've been lucky enough to capture it at it's best. I wouldn't say it was easy clocking up 2,200 miles in some serious winter conditions but it was certainly worth the effort.

I was based in Glencoe for five days and then spent the two remaining days on the Isle Of Skye. Not every location on the list was achieved but I was happy with the ones I did, Icy roads made life difficult and sometimes had to abandon vehicle to get there by foot.

Leaving the cabin was a struggle at times until the road had thawed, so I spent some mornings capturing images along the River Coe to Loch Achtriochtan.


Camera Canon 5DS R
Lens EF16-35mm F/2.8L USM
Aperture F11
S/S 1/60 second
ISO ISO 125
Additional Notes Kase Filters K8 Holder with Magnetic CPL
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Gregg Cashmore

I am a photographer from Devon who runs photography workshops all around the UK. Recent photography trips have included the beautiful locations of The Lake District, Scotland, Iceland, Snowdonia, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall. I am also a Kase Filters Distributor.  

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