This image was captured on a long journey south from the Highlands of Scotland down to England. It was a long day as there were so many excellent moments for stopping and taking yet another photograph.
But this one I have cherished ever since. Whilst driving alongside Loch Lomond, the sun going down, I saw her, lying down in the water, the moon behind her, or, are they the edges of wings? She had a golden shawl adorned with a bow and still to this day I do not know if she is looking at me or looking away.
It was truly a magical moment.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “On the Way.”
I have a passion for wild weather and especially spectacular cloud formations.
On a warm sunny day we were happily wandering along a deserted shore, well, apart from a few rogue sheep chomping on seaweed.
Then I noticed that the wind had begun to have a slight chill and the brightness was beginning to fade.
When I looked up from my obsessional pebble hunting, I noticed this beautifully spectacular weather front heading right for us.
So I got out my camera … then headed for the car pretty darned sharpish.