I have just come back from a trip up to the Glencoe/ Rannoch Moor area and spent a productive day shooting there. I have been working through my images but I thought I would post this one first.
This is Loch Tulla, not long after sunrise. The fog had started to burn off from the winter sun, leaving the valley floor shrouded in mist that swirled around the bottom of the mountains. This left an idyllic Scottish scene with the semi-frozen loch reflecting the snow covered peaks behind.
This image was made up from 13 seperate images taken in portrait format and stitched together. This creates a very large image of over 14500 pixels on the longest side. This allows this image to be enlarged to very large sizes with no loss in quality or resolution. A scene such as this deserves to be captured with as much detail and quality as possible.