I was in Scotland over the Easter break which gave me good opportunities to take photos of varied subjects.
Near Glencaple I found a good view across the River Nith to Criffle, an isolated hill in the county and was able to get a few shots with both a prime and a wide angle lens.
The light was perfect and I was lucky to see the landscape photographers dream, the "god rays" shining through the clouds.
Post processing revealed the unmistakable aesthetic of Ansel Adams, the American pioneer landscape photographer.
Under the cloak of homage I shamelessly seized on the look and processed a few in the same way, I hope you like them.