I think this is my favourite of the 8 shots I’ve processed from my hike around Dunkeld.

Part way through my hike the path led me through a large field of sheep which was very hilly and covered in ferns and heather.

I gave the sheep plenty of time to wander off before I proceeded along the path, so as not to scare them.

This one stood watch on a little hill top, keeping me in check.

I love the minimal setting of this shot and the way the clouds have formed in the background.

Shot on the Sony A7ii using the 100-400mm handheld.

Published by Cat Burton

Cat Burton is a photographer inspired by the wild nature of Scotland. Passionate about animals, conservation and the environment, she's happiest when exploring the wilderness with her camera. From her studio in Perthshire, Scotland, she shares a daily photograph of adventures around the Scottish countryside. From landscapes and wildlife, to farm animals and lone trees. You can follow her adventures around Scotland here. From time to time she creates fine art photography which has been exhibited across the UK and is available as fine art prints here.

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