Doctors Without Borders (MSF)
Scotnish, Loch Sween, Argyll and Bute, Scotland
Olympus OMD EM5 MKii, Panasonic 8mm Fisheye, 2x YS-110a Strobes
Loch Sween is a long narrow scar on the landscape of rural west Scotland. Scotnish sits in the upper part of the loch and here the sea squeezes through a gap less than 50 meters across creating a powerful tide. I was lucky to catch the moment between high and low tide when the water was perfectly still, allowing me to spend some time floating with this Moon Jellyfish. I thought the brooding sky and tree lined banks would put the jellyfish in context and invite the viewer to connect common views of sealochs with a rarer view of what lives in them. It wasn't long before the tide turned and took my subject on it's 8km journey back out to sea.
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