Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cold

This week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge comes from Tina. She has challenged us to depict cold.

I chose this photo of Loch Tay in Scotland. Fifteen miles long, a mile wide, and around five-hundred feet deep, Loch Tay lies in the valley between the villages of Kenmore and Killin. The area has a rich history from the Iron Age when ancient people lived on the loch on man-made islands called crannogs.

Beautiful at any time of the year, there is something extra lovely about Loch Tay when clothed in white.

Loch Tay against snow covered mountains.

Wishing each of you a happy week!


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Loch Tay-Central Scottish Highlands

Hey, friends. Today we are heading into the Scottish Highlands to beautiful Loch Tay. Trust me, you are going to want your camera!

Snow covered hills reflected in still water.

Loch Tay lies in a scenic valley that stretches between the villages of Killin (in Stirling) and Kenmore (in Perthshire) in the central Scottish Highlands. The loch is around fifteen miles long and 508 feet deep, making it one of the deepest bodies of water in the country.

Snow capped hills around Loch Tay.

It was thrilling to see the loch in March before the winter snow had completely melted. It was gorgeous!

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