Slattadale is at the western end of Loch Maree and from there you can look across the sheltered bay towards mighty Slioch an imposing Munro. On still mornings a good reflection often generates itself and a majestic cloud flecked sky doubles up. It was on one such shimmering cool winter morning with soft sunlight playing across some flooded birch scrub that I was able to capture this delightful quiet and pastel scene. Motive is a difficult thing to quantify or describe but I find scenes like this evoke more than just my optical appreciation, it is a tangible feeling of being there, smelling, tasting and hearing the view conjures up a magic that transports an image to an altogether higher plane - this quiet, unassuming picture does that for me.
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