Flow of the Coe
It could be fair to say that this image changed the way I view photography. Prior to visiting Glen Coe, Glen Etive and Rannoch Moor for a few days of landscape photography, I was struggling to find my own path in photography. I happily spent each day in the mountain foothills huddled under a brolly trying to make the most of my limited time there. I’d never spent so much time taking photos in the rain and I soon realised that I really enjoyed it. I felt completely content as I stood next to the River Coe, watching its level increase with every passing shower and gazing up at the moody mountains as the clouds danced around their summits. Everything felt right, it felt like true Scotland. Ever since that visit I’ve had a much greater appreciation for composition and the role moody weather plays in my photography.
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