We were racing against the clock and despite this - or only because I was driving, I got to take this picture.
Its 6:50am, last check-in is 7am and the ferry is still 6 miles away.
This was another of my screeching to a halt in the middle of the road - roads are deserted up there anyway - thankfully - dashing out, madly grabbing at my camera bag and sprinting off up to the nearest raised area. (Thankfully I live and drive in my hiking boots on holiday) and then taking 2 or 3 photos, dashing back to the car, handing (no, throwing would probably be more accurate) everything to/at my husband to reassemble whilst I do a racing start to 60mph in a very short space of time (I have a rather large engined car so this is very easy to do) and try to pretend nothing had happened and that I hadn't just wasted 3 or 4 minutes taking photos when I should have been driving to catch a ferry that was leaving very very soon...
But I had to get the picture... It was a lovely sunrise with mist over the Little Minch (the name of the water between the Isles of Harris and Skye)...
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Location: Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland
Photographer: Emma Taylor