Gorgeous light! Great shot, Andrew!
Just beautiful. The colours are great.
Thanks Jean-Marc and Troll. Sorry to take so long to reply, Ive been away for a while.
Fantastic light and reflections Andrew. I've had a wee browse through your gallery, and that's been enough to include it amongst my favourites.
thanks Amelia, I already added yours to my favourites too.
What a lovely reflection shot here Andrew just perfect
Thanks Steve. That was a lovely day in the Cairngorms.
thank you very much for your visit and comments P.R.F
Perfect apart from the nuisance clouds...
Blues contrasting are just stunning.
thanks Simon I might pop up and see what its like with snow quite soon, if the roads stay open.
Very nice "mirror" , I like it .
Thank you Pia
Hello Andrew. Supurb shot. Water is so clear and without even a ripple. What a wonderful place to like in. But I do realize it gets rather cold there, not like our very mind winter in Western Australia. I think we had one weeks of cold weather. The rest of the time its been around 17-20C. Very little rain for the farmers which will become aproblem later as not water ran from the land into dams, because everytime it rained, it just soaked into the dry soil.Like and Y*. Best Regards, David
Thank you David
It isnt always cold, it can be very warm and pleasant in the highlands during the summer as it was on that day, no wind and hardly a cloud. It was a glorious morning.
it is indeed, well, early in the morning before all the sports tourists arrive then its best avoided.
Much like most of Central London then. I bet you don't suffer with backpackitus though. This is a desaese that makes the wearer twice normal size for no apparent reason and ensures they walk around in groups of 30 to 40, thus clogging up every footpath, pavement and zebra crossing in the area.
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Photo taken in Glenmore Forest Park, Cairngorms National Park Authority, Highland, UK
Misplaced? Suggest new location