Mellon Udrigle, Laide, Scotland
As the light got better and better the sky turned to apricot, the distant peaks of Coigach, Suilven and the rest of the Inverpolly mountains turned scarlet and just about anything you found on the beach made a delightful foreground subject. The extreme low tide revealed a few stalks of seaweed protruding through the sand so I got down low and utilised them as a solitary and simple foreground that was small enough in magnitude and general significance not to distract from the distant peaks.
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