Loch Lomond is a freshwater loch lying on the Highland Boundary Fault measuring 24 miles long and up to 5 miles wide in places. With depths of upto 620ft It is the second largest lake in Great Britain by water volume (first by surface area).
This 'self-portrait'-esque photograph was taken using the ten second timer function upon a small travel tripod wedged into the sand (trying my best not to fall in the water whilst running back...made for some funny outtakes)
A circular polariser helped capture the beautiful blue tones in the clear sky above the Loch, whilst the sun (couldn't of timed it better if we tried) shone down giving lovely warm tones just past the shaded beach. Ten minutes later and the patch of sunlight had gone. A perfect end to a great trip.
ISO100 | ƒ/5.6 | 1/200th Sec | Circular Polariser
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