In autumn 2018 my wife and I visited the Scottish Highlands. Although we had rain and wind most of the time, we were hiking almost every day. When we arrived at Glenfinnan, we had to wait in a tearoom until heavy rain stopped for a while. About one hour later, on the path to Glenfinnan viaduct, we looked back and could experience a few seconds of sunlight in the valley. It was a fleeting moment. I had to take the image handheld with a focal lenght equivalent 126mm and a rather short shutter speed. A few seconds later that unique light disappeared.
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