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Richard Fox / 2,756 items

N 1.4K B 60.1K C 110 E Oct 18, 2021 F Oct 18, 2021
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Some nice mist at the narrows last week just as the sun broke through the clouds. I took my trusty goose whistle and bag of feed.

Tags:   Loch Ard sunrise Mist misty fog foggy loch Reflections Scotland The Trossachs

N 1.1K B 63.0K C 90 E Sep 9, 2021 F Sep 13, 2021
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I have to say in the two years of living here I have not captured the fishing boats at one of my closest lochs, Loch Rusky, in the mist. It is a well captured location/composition but I decided the other morning to give in. I am glad I did as for a few minutes the conditions were beautiful.

Tags:   loch rusky Fishing Boat Fishing Fishing boats sunrise mist fog foggy Stirling The Trossachs

N 1.0K B 49.5K C 87 E Jul 23, 2021 F Jul 28, 2021
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Such a breathtaking view camping on Ben Ledi at 3.30am last Friday. A full temperature inversion and a nice display of noctilucent clouds. One trip I won't forget. 3 shot panoramic.

Tags:   Ben Ledi The Trossachs noctilucent clouds Astrophotography Temperature Inversion fog mist Inversion mountain Scottish Highlands

N 190 B 2.8K C 47 E Jun 28, 2021 F Jul 5, 2021
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The view down Cam Loch and Suilven, at sunset last week, just as the coastal haar rolled in over the landscape, was lovely.

Tags:   cam loch loch sunset haar mist fog mountain Assynt Scottish Highlands panoroama suilven

N 180 B 4.2K C 29 E Feb 23, 2020 F Feb 24, 2020
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I had a cracking trip up to Stob Dubh, Glen Etive yesterday with a friend. I've been waiting to climb here for a while, ever since I first visited the area. The first 3 hours were brutal with gale force winds, snow and spin drift but close to sunset the clouds broke up to give some lovely conditions.

Tags:   Stob Dubh Glen Etice Glen Coe Scottish Highlands Scotland Mountain Panorama Snow Winter climbing


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