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Creatures of the drought
BackMountain 3  

When the dam was built on Loch Glascarnoch in the 1950s, trees were felled to accommodate the higher water levels. In a drought, levels in the loch recede to reveal the bleached skeletal remains of the old forest on the Dirrie More.
 
Date: 02 November 2006
Location : Loch Glascarnoch, Dirrie More, Wester Ross

Top : Nikon D200, Tokina lens 22mm. 1/5s f22 ISO100.
Image reference a42. © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.

Beneath : Nikon D200, Tokina lens 12mm. 1/25s f22 ISO100.
Image reference a01. © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.

AVAILABLE PRODUCTS (more info and price examples on Sales page):

A6 Photocard

Mounted print, hand titled and signed, within cellophane wrapper - size 9"x6" (mounted A4)

Unmounted print supplied in wide-bore roll tube - sizes:
12"x8" (30 x 20cm)
18"x12" (45 x 30cm)
30" x 20" (75 x 50cm)
... and other sizes in 3:2 format ratio

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All images © Angus Bruce, Ullapool, Scotland and may not be reproduced in any form without permission