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Blue Roots

Back Winter

In drought conditions, the water levels of Loch Glascarnoch fall to reveal the eroded stumps of trees felled in the 1950s (when the dam was constructed). Covered in hoar frost, these tangled sculptures create an other-wordly scene, as the first light of dawn colours the hills on the south-eastern horizon.

Date: 17 December 2007
Location : Loch Glascarnoch, Wester Ross
Nikon D200, Tokina lens 15mm. 0.6s  f22 ISO100.
Image reference w82. © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.

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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)
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30" x 20" (75 x 50cm)
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All images © Angus Bruce, Ullapool, Scotland and may not be reproduced in any form without permission