The morning haze of a misty summer morning lends the massive Victorian viaduct at Culloden an air of mystique. The row of fresh leafed Poplars lining the field in front appear as though they would slot neatly under the arches like two corresponding parts of a jigsaw puzzle. This compression of perspective is the result of a relatively long lens squeezing the elements of the composition together thus emphasising the summer haze.
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