This image was taken as I walked along the gorge cut through the woods by the River Braan, near Dunkeld in Perthshire.
The sun was just filtering into the trees and the lack of leaves meant that the thin branches were illuminated whilst the trees and thicker branches were rim lit. The thinner tendril-like branches were so delicate and lit so beautifully that it looked like a forest of spider webs hung from the moss shrouded trees that lined the river gorge.
It was a fabulous sight and one which prompted many photographs at various settings to try and capture the gossamer light.
Fifteen minutes later, the sun had moved slightly and the magical light on the branches had gone.