A couple more photos from my trip north… this time Torridon;
Fantastic, great images. 👍
It’s bloody hard work getting these shots… well the first one at least. The second was taken where I parked my car. The walk up Sgùrr Dubh where I took the first photo took 7 1/2 hours most of it over steep, boggy, pathless terrain alternating between tussocky grass and sharp anthracite rock and scree. Why do it? Well, apart from the great feeling of hard, physical exertion, the views can be absolutely breathtaking.
A spectacular sunset for my drive home to Glasgow yesterday evening. My camera is crap for night shots (it’s just a low cost Canon compact) but still, fortunately, managed to get a sense of the moment looking over Loch a' Chuilinn…
Nice to escape from a COP restricted Glasgow into the hills yesterday.
It is hard to describe how good it feels to leave the city behind and experience the country - particularly when it is really remote.
(Not that I could live out in the sticks. I like the bustle of city life too much. It’s just good to get away from it from time to time!).
Having worked all over Scotland, I love the place , hoping to get over to the west side to see the osprey and try to catch a glimpse of the Golden Eagle 🦅 and most of all try to see a Wildcat actually in the wild
Post by partickpotter on Dec 18, 2021 18:51:54 GMT
Had an extraordinary day today climbing a couple of Munro’s in Breadalbane.
At ground level, the day was driech. Up high we were above the low level clouds. it was baking hot. And you could see for miles. Loads of great photos but this one, my favourite for today, was taken on the way home just down from the car park.