Photography by Ian Cameron
Bad A Ghaill Copper, Bad a Ghaill, Inverpolly, Scotland, landscape, complex, land forms, appealing, copper cloak, Stac P photo

Bad A Ghaill Copper   Bad a Ghaill, Inverpolly, Scotland

I reckon almost 80% of my landscape shots including intimate studies feature water in one form or other.  This then is a relatively rare shot that has no water featured anywhere which means organising the complex land forms into appealing shapes becomes paramount in a cohesive composition.  Stac Pollaidh is gloriously rendered in a copper cloak of deer grass which marches up the slopes but it is the quality of light and the shadows beneath that murky blue toned sky that define the shapes which otherwise would remain flat and two dimensional.

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