It is noticeably colder this morning but still damp. The morning is much brighter than previous days, even though it is well before sunrise, as I travel my well-trodden path. I am pleased to have the opportunity to walk down to the loch, and take in the scene. It is calm, very calm and the reflections are still and saturated by the dark skies. The vibrant autumn colours remain, even though we are slipping gently into winter. I am fascinated by the patterns and reflections on the water providing glimpses of the Black Cuillin, and occasionally what lies below the surface.
I decide to continue with multiple exposure shots to give extra depth to the images and a greater intensity of colour. A quite different set of images today as dawn breaks over the loch. My spirits are lifted by improved weather conditions and I spend more time in the field. But, the weather forecast predicts rain again tomorrow although there may be some early morning mist.
My name is Alison Price and for the past ten years I have travelled the world photographing wildlife, including Alaska, Antarctica, Borneo, Botswana, the Canadian Arctic, Kenya, Rwanda, South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe.