Whilst collecting firewood during a recent trip near the head of Loch Nevis, Dave and I came across an outcrop of rock on the shore which had bee smoothed by wave action. I went back early the following morning to see if I could capture some of the graceful patterns.
I'm not sure of the rock type, it's mainly a grey crystalline rock which has been polished by wave action like a huge pebble. The whole outcrop had folded strata of paler and darker rocks running through it. These strata were often just a few millimetres thick and formed swooping patterns where they'd been exposed.
Formed, I'm guessing, by heat, folded by immense pressure then sculpted by water. Random elements, but the result was truly striking and graceful.