I have taken the opportunity to make this image a little larger than normal simply because when displayed as a panoramic it feels insubstantial.
It was an amazingly clear winter morning at Loch N' Achlaise high on Rannoch moor where I set up opposite the now deceased island tree along with at least 15 other photographers. I have always been enchanted with high key images and Rannoch moor was proving to be as white as I had ever seen it. I carefully metered the brightest exposure value and placed it just below the optical threshold of burnt out white allowing all other exposure values to take care of themselves.
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