Scenes in Glencoe

Few are the people who have travelled through Glencoe that have not been moved by the experience, even although it may have been but a fleeting glimpse from a moving car or bus.

What a privilege it has been, therefore, to be based just a few miles away in Kinlochleven and to have the time and opportunity to visit this dramatic location at any time of day, in all types of weather and at all seasons.

I do hope you enjoy the photographs.

Blackrock Cottage at the east entrance to Glencoe

Buachaille Etive Mr from Altnafeadh

Srn na Crèise from the Rannoch Moor

Buachaille Etive Mr from the Rannoch Moor

The River Etive and Srn na Crèise

Buachaille Etive Mr and the River Coupall in Glen Etive

Bog cotton on the Rannoch Moor; Buachaille Etive Mr in the background

Srn na Crèise and Buachaille Etive Mr from the River Etive

Buachaille Etive Mr from Beinn Bheag above Altnafeadh near the West Highland Way

The Three Sisters of Glencoe

Poll an Dunain on Loch Leven with Sgorr na Ciche and Bidean nam Bian in the background

View from Callert on Loch Leven to Aonach Dubh and Bidean nam Bian

View to Glencoe from Camas na Craobhe in Argour
The islands of Sgeirean Shallachain in the foreground

View from Creag Bhreac across Loch Leven to Glencoe Village and Bidean nam Bian

Eilean Munde on Loch Leven, the burial grounds of the MacDonalds of Glencoe

Early morning mist beyond Eilean Munde on Loch Leven

Glencoe Lochan

Coire Gabhail: the Lost Valley on the way to Bidean nam Bian

Hikers on Bidean nam Bian

View across Loch Leven to Ardgour from Bidean nam Bian

Looking east from Bidean nam Bian

View to Loch Etive from the Lairig Gartain

Evening light on Dalness and the Lairig Gartain from Lochan Urr in Glen Etive
Stob Coire Sgreamach left, Stob Dubh right

Rhodedendrons on the banks of Lochan Urr in Glen Etive

Last of the evening light on Aonach Dubh and Bidean nam Bian

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