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Late Sun, Loch Snizort
I’ve been interested in photography for almost as long as I can remember, I think my first camera was a Kodak Brownie 127 roll-film – not new! My enthusiasm was rekindled by moving to Nikon DSLRs a few years ago.
These images were made on the shore of Loch Snizort on the Isle of Skye. We were spending a night nearby before a morning ferry to Harris. The waves were gently lapping around rocks and seaweed as the sun set. Looking towards the sun the faces of the waves reflected the blue sky behind me, the rest of the water picked up warm colours from the sun. I used a combination of multiple exposure and long shutter speeds to emphasise the movement and texture of the water. As beautiful as Harris is, these are probably my favourite images from the trip.