February 11th 2021, the weather has been cold for a while and Loch Skeen is in its winter coat.
The rubble from the avalanche contained some huge blocks of rock that had been carried down by the snow.
The drumlins in the foreground and midground trick the eye, appearing to be as large as the distant mountains but being only 3-4 metres high.
The Tail Burn bubbles its way from the loch to the waterfall below, and the prolonged cold weather has partially frozen its waters.
This little tree sits on an island in the loch.
The forms of sastrugi extend across the snow fields yo the edge of the frozen loch.
Pristine snow and ice cover the entire landscape on, around and above Loch Skeen.
Here's the post-snow view from about the same spot ... www.rossofmoffat.com/albums...