A 82 is a fascinating road that runs from Glasgow to Inverness via Scottish Highlands. The passage in Glencoe looks dramatic whether you are driving on this road or walking in its proximity.
Standing on small outcrop above the road, overlooking monumental rocky ridge Aonach Eagach, cold February night is descending. In the dark, this section resembles an artery. The flow of cars with people and goods is moving along Glencoe's majestic landscape in both directions. This road was constructed by civil engineer Thomas Telford using existing Drover's road. The current tarmacked road, built in 1930's criss-crosses his alignment throughout the glen.
This image was a Runner-up in Your View category of Landscape Photographer of the Year 2016. Here is the original image and exhibition view at Waterloo station in London as well as double page spread in Xantypa magazine.