Five minutes before the snow storm hits.
This is the view across the glen to the other side. If you look closely you can see many black dots (just to the left of the foreground larch tree) which are actually deer, digging in the snow to uncover something to eat. Times are hard for the wildlife.
I just had time to take a quick photo of the mare's tail waterfall behind me, but it was a challenge, as my lens (and hood) was filling-up with snow.
I may come back for another photo to-morrow, as I suspect the water will be frozen.
My camera and lens are now, at home, drying out. Thankfully, both are weather-proof.
I'm wondering where the deer have taken shelter. I guess they must be used to this kind of weather, but still ...
Lower down the glen, along the edge of the river is a band of trees (mostly alder). The deer like to shelter, and hide, among these trees.
Thanks, glad you like it. I think it is atmospheric, but plenty of scope to improve the shot. 😃
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