Milarrochy Bay



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Story Behind The Image

I’m not sure what’s more intriguing (funny?) at the Milarrochy Bay, Loch Lomond. The quirky tree or crowd of people trying to take a picture of it. Hard to decide but both look peculiar. Anyway, I’m one of those people who wanted to photograph that tree. Because I’m not the guy who loves to cut in line and scuffle with others, I had to find the best time to take a picture. Early morning hours, and below zero temperatures reduce the number of potential photographers significantly.
I used that brilliant rule and after 3 hours of driving, I managed to be at the place before the sunrise. Hard to describe how happy I was to feel such a refreshing freezing cold morning and… to see another guy already standing there. Well, a better one than twenty. We shared the space like two grown-up gentlemen and after a few shots, everyone followed their own way. Well, at least he did. I stayed to wait until the first light hit the hills on the other side of the lake. And didn’t regret that even for a second.

Fine Art Prints

16.5″ x 11.7″

Limited to:        n/a
Margins:          Top: 15mm | Bottom: 22mm | Sides: 15mm
Paper:             Fujifilm Fine Art Fibre Baryte Gloss, 310gsm.

23.4″ x 16.5″

Limited to:          n/a
Margins:            Top: 25.5mm | Bottom: 32.5mm | Sides: 25.5mm
Paper:               Fujifilm Fine Art Fibre Baryte Gloss, 310gsm.

33.1″ x 23.4″

Limited to:          n/a
Margins:            Top: 50.8mm | Bottom: 50.8mm | Sides: 50.8mm
Paper:               Fujifilm Fine Art Fibre Baryte Gloss, 310gsm.


All my photos are produced as Fine Art Prints using the best archival materials. Checked for quality and approved by me individually. High-quality lenses and neutral density filters used when taking pictures can ensure the best resolution and sharpness to the prints.
Fine Art Fibre Baryte Gloss is the Second generation high-quality real Baryte paper that has a unique look with a bright white gloss finish. Perfect for professional and exhibition prints. The baryta (special barium sulphate coating) is in the paper base giving excellent colour rendition. The technical benefits of Baryta layer include greater detail and definition, extended tonal range and excellent archival properties with museum quality – no discolouration and degradation under normal conservation conditions.


All my Fine Art Prints are signed by me and numbered (if limited) inside the bottom margin area. I use an acid-free pen for that. On the back of the print, I handwrite the date and the place where the photo was taken. If you prefer to have my signature and the edition number on the back of the print, please leave a note while ordering.
Additionally, all limited edition prints will be delivered with a certificate of authenticity, embossed with my personalised stamp. Normally I do not emboss prints itself but if you prefer to have it, please be sure to mention about it while ordering as well.

The photographer reserves the right to reproduce this image for any promotional purposes and to use it in calendars, books, greetings cards, etc. However, these reproductions have different finish and are not considered originals. In fact, these can only increase the value of your original.


All prints are delivered ready to frame which allows you to decide the framing option that suits its intended destination in your own time and ensures the print arrives in perfect condition.
All prints will be shipped 1st class delivery with a tracking number. 23.4″ x 16.5″ and 33.1″ x 23.4″ prints due to their size are rolled. Sending in a durable, heavyweight tube makes it the safest way for delivery. Refunds are only offered if the print is damaged on arrival and reported no later than 14 days after delivery.

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