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Another opening of a Scottish icon - Buachaille Etive Mor, standing proud at the entrance to the famous Glen Coe valley - a place of a massacre in 1692.

This photo was taken at 6am, when massive clouds were flowing from the west with an incredible speed. Morning sun was trying to break through its cover - making this beautiful light-spectacle. It lasted about 5 minutes, after that the rain began for the next 3 hours.

Levelling the tripod, quick light metering, applying appropriate filters, lens change, wipeing everything from the small rain drops and after a while the rainstorm begins - it was just like that.

This is a piece of a bigger panorama, which I am going to upload someday.

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Additional Photos by Piotr Czechowski (regis) Silver Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 14 W: 10 N: 309] (2058)
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