Many years ago, well I was in my twenties, we walked the West Highland Way. Part of the memorable 95 mile hike was walking under the Black Mount range towards the top of Glen Coe. I always remember having the imposing mountains of one side juxtaposed against the flat and marshy Rannoch Moor on the other. This image took me back albeit from further away from the path. Still I'd yomped across the boggy ground to get this vista dodging the midges as I went and found this water that I used as foreground.
The technical bit:
Location - Rannoch Moor, Scotland
Camera - Nikon D800
Lens - Nikon PC-E Micro 45mm f/2.8D ED
Aperture - f11
Exposure - 30 seconds
ISO - 100