Rapids in the River Coe, close to the village of Glencoe in Scotland. I could not see any potentially successful composition at first as the river is not that wide and scenic at this spot. It took me some time to get into the scenery. This is what usually happens to me, I cannot start taking pictures right away, I need some time to adjust to the environment and check the surroundings for possibilities.
It was only when I went down to the river bank and set my tripod at a low angle that I started seeing all kinds of compositions. Looking back, I am happy that I made the choice to spend some time there. I could have easily rushed on to another, more obvious, location. The devil is in the details and this example is no different.
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