This was just about the last photo I made in 2012, pleased to have witnessed a little snow up in Moray. This was by River Findhorn at Randolph’s Leap – a particularly spectacular yet difficult area to photograph in, and I’m told it’s prone to flash floods. Of course, me being me I didn’t actually manage to get any of the river in the shots I made there! I particularly liked the shapes made by the partially covered ferns on the ground as well as the remaining golden leaves and, of course, the composition of the trunks.
Chamonix 045N-02, Fujinon A 240mm, Fuji Astia.