midsummer dawn 2010.
midsummer dawn 2010.

Midsummer's dawn from the Pap didn't really break more sort of cracked in brief moments. There was a bank of cloud just hanging and blanketing out the rising suns rays. There wasn't a breath of wind at the top of the Pap (very unusual ). You would image this is a good thing and i would have agreed with you but for 1 thing -- the bloody midges were there and there in massive numbers. I would get the camera ready then have to move away and use a remote release just to keep moving away from them .Still enjoyed the visit but had to leave early due to the flying teeth.

Ref: lg-mid2-10

Location: Pap of Glen Coe

Photographer: John Mclachlan

midsummer dawn 2010.

Midsummer's dawn from the Pap didn't really break more sort of cracked in brief moments. There was a bank of cloud just hanging and blanketing out the rising suns rays. There wasn't a breath of wind at the top of the Pap (very unusual ). You would image this is a good thing and i would have agreed with you but for 1 thing -- the bloody midges were there and there in massive numbers. I would get the camera ready then have to move away and use a remote release just to keep moving away from them .Still enjoyed the visit but had to leave early due to the flying teeth.

Ref: lg-mid2-10

Location: Pap of Glen Coe

Photographer: John Mclachlan