On a recent trip across the Dava Moor between Forres and Grantown on Spey, I intended to walk up to the 3 ruins on the lower slopes of Carn Ruigh Chorrach, starting with the lower Easter Crannich. However, conditions as I left the car, were stunning; some weak sunlight cast a warm glow and just the perfect amount of an ideally placed mist.
I decided to grab a couple of images from almost the roadside and was glad I did. In the 15 minutes it took me to walk to a more preferential shooting position, the mist had dissipated, and some of the magic was lost.
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