Red Tarn from the summit of Helvellyn,Lake District 25th May 1992.

Lakes,Lochs and Tarns

Red Tarn from the summit of Helvellyn,Lake Distric…

Loch Lubnaig 7th September 2019.(mapping Approx)

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Loch Lubnaig (Loch Lùbnaig in Gaelic) is a small freshwater loch near Callander in the Stirling council area, Scottish Highlands. It lies in the former county of Perthshire. It is part of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park The loch nestles in the space between Ben Ledi and Ben Vorlich. Fed by the River Balvaig from the north and drained by the Garbh Uisge to the south, Loch Lubnaig offers fishing from the shore while canoes can be rented at the north end. Alternatively, two car parking areas on the east shore offer perfect, albeit sometimes busy, canoe launching points. The route of the former Callander and Oban Railway runs along the west shore of the loch. This route has now been converted to a part of the National Cycle Network's 'Route 7' allowing cyclists and walkers to travel the 9 miles between Callander and Strathyre. The name is derived from the Gaelic Lùbnaig, meaning crooked. Like many lochs of the Highlands, the name is almost identical to its Gaelic version.

Inveruglas Island, Loch Lomond from a Cruise Boat…

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Inveruglas Isle (Scottish Gaelic: "Innis Inbhir Dhughlais") is a small uninhabited island within Loch Lomond, and lies off the shore at Inveruglas opposite Inversnaid at the north end of the loch. It is opposite the Loch Sloy power station. The name Inbhir Dhu(bh)ghlais means "mouth of the black stream"; Inveruglas Isle is therefore, quite literally, the island at the mouth of the black stream. The island houses the ruins of a castle which was once home to the chiefs of the Clan MacFarlane, destroyed in the seventeenth century by Oliver Cromwell's Roundhead troops

Looking towards Ardlui, Loch Lomond 7th September…

Inversnaid Hotel, Loch Lomond 7th September 2019.

Loch Sheil at Glen Finnan

Ullapool,Loch Broom May 2004

The Peaks of Ben Mor Coigach from the Beach at Mel…

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Ben Mor Coigach (Scottish Gaelic: Beinn Mhòr na Còigich) is a long, table shaped mountain in the far north-west of Scotland. It dominates the Coigach peninsula, in the county of Ross and Cromarty, 10 kilometres north-west of the town of Ullapool. It reaches a height of 743 metres (2438 feet). Its coastal location, combined with its high topographic prominence to height ratio, make it a very good viewpoin

One Man and his Dog, Loch Ewe at Sunset

Looking across Loch Maree to Gleann Bianasdail and…

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Beinn a'Mhuinidh is the highest summit on the great chunk of high ground to the north of Kinlochewe on the edge of the Great Wilderness. It is divided from Slioch by the deep trench of Gleann Biannasdail. Gleann Bianasdail is a valley in Scotland and has an elevation of 1391 feet. Gleann Bianasdail is situated north of Kinlochewe,

Beinn Tharsuinn Chao Ridge from A`Mhaighdean May 2…

Loch Feith Mhic - illean Wester Ross, Scottish Hig…

Dubh Loch from A`Mhaighdean May 2002

A`Mhaighdean from Fuar Loch Mor May 2002

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A' Mhaighdean is one of the least accessible of the munros in northern Scotland. It is 8 miles (13 km) north of Kinlochewe but most easily accessible from Poolewe, taking a private road South East (pedestrian & bicycle access only) to Kernsary. A good track then leads to the causeway between the Fionn Loch and Dubh Loch. Follow the path eastwards to about the 1,000 feet (300 m) level and cross the Allt Bruthach an Esain to gain the North West ridge of the mountain. The mountain is composed of gneiss, the summit presenting the highest elevation of the Lewisian. Part of the North West ridge is capped by Torridonian sandstone.

Canisp & Suilvan from Lochinver,Assynt,Scottish Hi…

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Lochinver (Loch an Inbhir in Gaelic) is a village on the coast in the Assynt district of Sutherland, Highland, Scotland.A few miles northeast is Loch Assynt which is the source of the River Inver which flows into Loch Inver at the village. There are 200 or so lochans in the area which makes the place very popular with anglers. Lochinver is dominated by the "sugar loaf" shape of Caisteal Liath, the summit peak of nearby Suilven. Lochinver is the second largest fishing port in Scotland; frequented by European fishermen primarily from Spain and France. Lochinver underwent a major renewal project in the 1990s where the harbour area was rebuilt and a new and much improved loading area was created. This new development involved blasting an area of several hectares out of the surrounding rock. At present the area is mostly undeveloped, with the exception a new Sports Centre. The back of Lochinver is a beautiful part of Assynt with local tourism and nature areas being developed in conjunction with small-scale forestry activities. Birdlife in Lochinver includes the curlew, oystercatcher and hooded crow.

Loch Restil near The Rest and be Thankfull 27th Au…

A`Chioch of Sgurr a`Chaorachain from Loch Coire na…

Beinn Arigh Charr over Loch Maree 15th May 1996

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Beinn Airigh Charr (791 m) is a mountain in the Northwest Highlands of Scotland. It lies in Wester Ross, on the northern side of Loch Maree, near to the village of Poolewe. The mountain is north of the wild Torridon Hills, and offers magnificent views from its summit.

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