Another cold day and another visit to Glencoe for my daily shred. Not much in the way of new snow. Much more compact and on the way to getting icy in spots. Lower mountain still rocky. Main Basin at top good but light was a bit flat. This is normal at this time of year as the sun is at the back of the mountain. The drive back was memorable as I left early to catch the light. Loch Tulla and the Blackmount Lochans had a beautiful mist hanging over them. Of course with this persistent cold spell they are all frozen over. They look other worldly with the sun setting behind them.
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