This evening was a bit wet for climbing and a bit windy for paddling – instead we went for a stroll to the hide at the head of Upper Loch Torridon. I took the opportunity to get a few photos.
Rays of light highlight Applecross
Glimps of light on a field the stormy weather passes
A friendly hind
Stormy upper loch torridon
The monarch watches over his boys
Here are some photos taken by Jen and I from the last month and a bit in Torridon. These can’t do justice to the stunning views and the fun we’ve had so far.
Jen at the celtic jumble
Torridon Low Tide
sea kayak unloading
View from the summit of Spidean a’Choire Lieth, Liathach
mist on the loch
This is me, bouldering in Torridon.
Even on a grey, windy, wet day there’s still beauty in the Scottish Highlands.
Window of the shed
Shed in Glen Etive
Roof of the Shed in Glen Etive
Old bike by a derelict shed in Glen Etive
Shed from afar
Deer in the Glen
Deer in the glen
Logs in Glen Etive
Logging in Glen Etive
Road from Glen Etive
Glen Etive Forest
Bridge over the Etive
Fur Trees, Glen Etive