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Stac Pollaidh serenity

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A sheep fence littered with storm-driven debris, at the south-eastern end of Loch Lurgainn in Inverpollaidh, with the afternoon sun striking the southern slopes of Stac Pollaidh. The slightly surreal blurring of the water and sky has been created by a 48 second exposure, courtesy of Lee's "Big Stopper" 10-stop neutral density filter (the exposure without the filter would have been about 1/20th of a second!).

Date: 19 February 2011
Location : Loch Lurgainn, Inverpollaidh, Wester Ross
Nikon D300 Nikkor lens 36mm 48s f16 ISO200 Image reference bw168. © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.  

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