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Loch Morlich

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Loch Morlich
Cairngorms - Aviemore, Highlands and Islands, Scotland
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About the photo:

The bulk of Cairn Gorm rises above Loch Morlich, in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park. Cairn Gorm itself is to the right of this scene. This area is an absolute delight to visit. On this occasion an overnight sprinkling of snow left the loch and the nearby trees and hillsides coated in white. Its a wonderful scene, and one that I could go back to again and again. To get this photo I had to tramp to the lochside, trying to step on the few tufts of solid ground among a morass of spongy, sodden turf. I missed on several occasions, and ended up with waterlogged feet, but it was worth it to get this photo.

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