Wednesday, 23 September 2009

South from Ballahulish

After Bill Williamson’s Ramsay Round attempt on Saturday and Wynn’s breakfast on Sunday all that remained to do was pack up and head south. Perversely, but perhaps not unsurprisingly, the weather improved throughout the journey south. The route through Glen Coe and over Rannoch Moor is almost always rushed but when I saw the sun over Loch Leven I decided the views were worth stopping for. The mountains on either side of Glen Coe were still wreathed in low clouds and I wasn’t quite able to capture the sunshine and swirling mist but the clouds on the hills south of Rannoch Moor produced very dramatic skies. Here are some of my favourites.

Looking west down Loch Leven Looking west down Loch Leven

 

Towards Kinlochleven

Towards  Kinnlochleven

Aonach Eagach

Aonach Eagach

South over Rannoch Moor South over Rannoch Moor

2 comments:

  1. Lovely photos - I'm liking the first one of Loch Leven and the contrast of the light boats against the dark.
    Karen

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  2. I just love the photos you post. Such beauty!

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