For a very long time I have meant to visit Brother's Point, a slightly isolated location on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. However, there had always been an obstacle on the way every time I made an attempt.
Finally, this time I made an extra effort and dedicated an entire morning to visit, photograph and enjoy this otherwise elusive – to me – place.
Having been there for the very first time, it took me around 30 minutes to actually find the way, cross a stream, swampy fields and a narrow cliff ledge. The end result was worth it though as the spot I chose to photograph, in combination with the warm early morning light turned out to be more than I expected.
I used the Olympus 9-18mm lens at 10mm (20mm equivalent in 35mm format) and got really close to the foreground bumps as emphasising them was very important in order to add depth to the picture.