Glen Affric is 15 miles long, with a habitat of loch, mountain and moorland and is regarded by many as the most beautiful in Scotland. It contains one of the largest remnants of the ancient Caledonian Pinewoods which used to cover the land. On this morning, I stood transfixed as the ghostly swirls of mist ebbed and flowed through the trees. The scene transformed constantly, from almost clear to totally obscured. Although captivating, it did present a challenge to create a balanced composition. Photo © copyright by Graham Chalmers.