Reflections in the Isle of Skye, Scotland, UK.
It has been a while since my last post but here we go. This photo was taken during a recent trip to a place that has been many times described as one of the most scenic places in the UK. Skye is indeed a wonderful place to visit with plenty of beautiful landscapes all around and with probably only one drawback, and that is, of course, the weather. I must say though, that we were pretty lucky with it, and from three full days that we spent traveling around, even though we had some rain in every one of them, during two of those days we even had some sun light.
Unfortunately, due to limited time, during these trips it is very difficult to find an opportunity to come back to a certain place to capture it with the right light, so for some of the most iconic places (like the Old Man of Storr or the Neist Point) I could not take any good picture. But then again, something I have learnt with the years, for these occasions, whenever you have some good light, keep your eyes open and you will certainly find some not-so-famous spots to come back with great memories but also with some good photos. And it is certainly rewarding to capture a photo you like in a spot where not everybody has taken a picture anyway!
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