The silent beauty of salt marshes on the Isle of Harris, in Scotland's Outer Hebrides.
In the month of March I was, for one week, on a photo trip to the Outer Hebrides of Scotland. We were fortunate that during one day of this trip there was plenty of snow. We were well prepared and knew that the area with the salt marches was one of the landscapes which we wanted to photograph. When the snow was predicted we immediately knew that this was the place where we wanted to be.
When we arrived at the location, the mountain in the background was still shrouded in fog. We had to wait for the fog to clear and then, we saw the beautiful landscape appearing in almost monochrome colors, a gostly and inspirational figure at the same time.
It was a challenge to find the right place to setup the tripod. With a bit of help from my waders, I finally found the right spot. I made use of a long exposure to soften the look of the water.
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