Applecross, Torridon and Glenelg
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Applecross, Torridon and Glenelg
A beautiful sea loch that flows into Loch Alsh, just east of southern Skye.
5 Sisters of Kintail.
A very picturesqu
e mountain range at the southern end of Loch Duich.
The next sea loch northwards from Duich,over a splendid mountain road.
On a walk from the car park for various mountain walks on the north...
Just tried to capture some of the reflection
s in this very still water!
The end of the line on the northern shores of Loch Torridon. A real...
On The Approach To Diabaig...
Looking down onto this remote community.
Another remote, tranquil spot. This was the green grocer's shop. Loved it!!
ion Station, Inver Alligin.
Technology through the ages; phone box, mobile phone, post box, notice...
Wild Camping, Loch Torridon
ly, this was about the only place to park next to the loch on Loch...
Views From Loch Torridon.
Could anyone fail to be impressed by these views?
On The Loch.
Taken from our boat on Loch Torridon around 6am.
From Loch Torridon.
You can just see our van on the shore.
I think we caught a few mackerel on this morning which we later smoked.
Head Of Loch Torridon.
Taken from Torridon village.
From the village, again.
After Torridon, we headed for Applecross
, travelling the coastal route. This...
Views Of Sheildaig.
Just turned onto the coastal route to Applecross after Sheildaig.
Not a bad...
Heading south from Applecross to Toscaig.
Wouldn't mind living there!! The etate is open to the public...
The water was so calm here. It was also very midgey!!
We watched a few boating activities here.Betwe
en Applecross and Toscaig.
Looking across to Raasay and Skye from Applecross
Mostly cockle and mussel.
, we headed over the Bealach na Ba, the highest pass in...
Looking northwards up Loch Duich. You can just see Eilean Donan castle on the...
The Five Sisters of Kintail.
Splendid morning views from Loch Duich.
Heading Over The Ratagan Pass
From the pass, looking to the head of Loch Duich and the Five Sisters.
Glenelg Bay from the Glenelg Inn.
From the hotel garden.
Travelling by motorbike south of Glenelg. Looking down towards Arnisdale.
Arnisdale, South of Glenelg.
Pretty as a picture, Arnisdale looks across to the wilderness of Knoydart.
Boats leave here for Knoydart.
Another end of the line place. Beautifull
r, we loved the place.
Distant Views of Skye.
Taken from Corran.
A real gem of a place. Sheila's Tea Room is a must. Sit in the garden and...
Where else in UK would you find a stag wandering the village streets?..
Sheila's Tea Room Garden.
Sheila feeds the stags with practicall
y anything, curry is one of their...
Loch Hourn, Near Sandaig.
A very spectacula
r sea loch. Gavin Maxwell, author of Ring of Bright Water,...
Glenelg looks across to south eastern Skye and a small ferry crosses...
Camped On The Beach.
Just north of Glenelg, the local landowner al;lows camping on the...
Waiting For The Tide.
From where we were camped.
Loved the early evening light here.
Kyle Rhea Ferry.
This little ferry makes the crossing across the treacherou
s Sound Of Sleat to...
We finally managed to walk down to Sandaig, a beautiful series of...
article published 9/20/2010
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Wonderful photos of an enchanting area!
, October 10, 2010
Enchanting pictures of an enchanting land. Loved the phone box, mail box etc. Splendid stuff !! Cheers Terry Heaps
, September 24, 2010
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