I don't think I've seen this compostion before, even though it seemed really obvious to me. This is only a few hundred meters away from one of the most famous photography spots in Scotland, and certainly Glencoe: the viewpoint to buachaille etive mor. I honestly didn't like that viewpoint very much, even if it wasn't already overrun with photographers and tourists. I only had to go a little bit further, 5 minutes even, and no one else was around. A bit further up the river, I found a series of smaller waterfalls, with countless compositional opportunites (ok, I counted, 4 really good ones for me) that I'd never seen before. I camped there overnight and never saw another hiker or photographer, despite this being literally 5 minutes away from a road, and 20 miunutes from a spot you've seen dozens of images from. Sometimes it's that easy.
November 21, 2018
21mm · f/8.0 · 2s · ISO 100