There’s a full post on the way which will cover the past week’s wanderings in northern Scotland. Queue jumping it is this short piece, unplanned yesterday and un-thought of until just after 06:00 this morning.
The weather is very much as you see in the header image. At least for now. This is Scotland after all and it could rain at any moment.
We’re staying for a couple of days in Farr, just south of Inverness and within a short drive of Grantown, our destination for next week. And, as is so often the way, this morning I went out camera in hand, to explore the area.
This is what I found.
Some of the images were shot with a Leica M9 and an ancient 35mm f2 Summicron. The rest used my Fuji X-Pro2 with either the 35mm or 16mm lenses.
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