Photographer's Note

This is Loch Fyne - one of the sea lochs of the West Coast of Scotland. Sea lochs are essentially Scottish fjords, long sea inlets carved out by glaciation. This was taken from Inveraray, a pretty little 18th century fishing village which nowadays makes more money from tourism than fish being famous for its prison (now an interesting museum) and its castle (great to look out from the outside but inside a bit less interesting at least for me - just the usual rich people showing you their big hoose and collection of antique sporrans).

The photo was taken about midmorning - I spotted the reflections and the cloud and figured the sea weed would make a useful foreground.

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