Photographer's Note

The weather in Scotland this winter has been so dull and miserable that I thought I would have another look through my archives from last winter.

This was taken on a very dark and cold night in December, 2010 when the temperature in New Lanark was minus 13C. It was difficult to achieve a good viewpoint using my tripod so that's a snow covered wall in the right foreground. But you can see that the River Clyde is frozen over and the buildings of New Lanark are glowing - the only sign of life or warmth in the place.

Shot in RAW using a 15 second exposure and converted and edited in PSE6.

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