Inverpolly National Nature Reserve, Assynt, Scotland
A brief moment of calm descends on what had been a blustery autumnal day spent traipsing through the sodden peat bogs of Assynt. The sky cleared, revealing the snow capped bulk of Cul Mor flanked by An Laogh. The waves that had been dancing on the lochs surface, diminished and within minutes the water was dead calm, producing a perfect reflection of the mountains. This state of bliss lasted for about ten minutes before the wind increased, the clouds rolled in and the rain pelted the ground for the rest of the day.