Loch Maree, Scotland by Frederic Perrin

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I keep thinking of these wonderful and often lonely trees of the Highlands in Scotland. We can often spot their silhouette among the moor and I could spend my whole life making their portrait in the ever changing weather conditions! This portrait of a twisted tree is a birch but the Loch Maree is also famous for its majestic Scots pine from the old Caledonian Forest. I took this picture in May 2017 at the end of a mostly clear evening just after sunset. Some clouds gathered and wrapped the silhouettes of mountains and trees, lit at the bottom by the last rays of the sun.

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