Light on Linnhe I - Loch Linnhe, Clovullin, Ardgour
The colours from the last light of a winter sunrise paint the expansive waters of Loch Linnhe
In the Marsh - Sallachan Point, Sallachan, Ardgour
A December sunrise at the salt marsh at Sallachan Point, with reflections of cloud in the still water.
Dawning Blues - Sallachan Beach, Sallachan, Ardgour
One hour before sunrise and light from the sun begins to show behind the Argyll hills of Meall Ban and Beinn Sgluich to paint the sky, as well as the still waters of Loch Linnhe.
Serenity, Sea and Sky - Corran Lighthouse, Corran Narrows, Ardgour
The Corran Lighthouse emerges from clearing morning mist, to sit within a serene of sea and sky and be reflected in the calm waters of the Narrows.
Winter Peaks at Dusk II - Sgurr Dhomhnuill from Druim Glas, Ardgour
As the light fades at dusk, the two of the three peaks of Sgurr Dhomhnuill (Sgurr Dhomhnuill and Sgurr na h-Ighinn) stand bright in their white coat of late winter snow.
Winter Peaks at Dusk I - Sgurr Dhomhnuill from Druim Glas, Ardgour
As the light fades at dusk, the three peaks of Sgurr Dhomhnuill (Druim Garbh, Sgurr Dhomhnuill and Sgurr na h-Ighinn) stand bright in their white coat of late winter snow.
Light in the Glen I - Glen Gour from Druim Glas, Ardgour
The view from the top of Druim Glas, looking east through Glen Gour to the Aonach Eagach beyond, with the southern flank of Sgurr Dhomhnuill lit up by light from a break in the cloud.
Light in the Glen II - Glen Gour from Druim Glas, Ardgour
Last Light on Donald's Rocky Peak II - Sgurr Dhomhnuill (Ardgour), viewed from the top of Taobh Dubh (Morvern)
The last light of a winter's day falls on the southern flank of a snow covered Sgurr Dhomhnuill (Donald's Rocky Peak). At 888m (2,913 ft) it is the highest mountain in Ardgour.
Last Light on Donald's Rocky Peak I - Sgurr Dhomhnuill (Ardgour), viewed from the top of Taobh Dubh (Morvern)
The Day’s End - Loch Linnhe, Corran Ferry, Ardgour
What better way is there to end the day, but with a ferry trip across the Corran Narrows while watching the sun go down behind snow-capped mountains. Wonderful, absolutely wonderful.
Winter on Linnhe - Loch Linnhe from Camas Shallachain, Sallachan, Ardgour
A winter sunset at Camas Shallachain, looking south-west towards Inversanda and the peak of Cnoc Smuidean.
Sunset and Snow - Camas Shallachain, Sallachan, Ardgour
A winter sunset at Cams Shallachain, looking south-west, beyond Beinn Leamhain, towards Inversanda and the peak of Cnoc Smuidean.
City Lights - Loch Linnhe, North Corran, Ardgour
After dark, the lights of Fort William illuminate the clouds above Loch Linnhe and the light reflected from them gives the water between Ardgour and Fort William a beautiful golden tint.
Magnificent Morning - Road to Ardnamurchan, Glen Tarbert, Ardgour
A magnificent morning in Glen Tarbert looking to Beinn a’Bheithir (Mountain of the Thunderbolt) and one of its two Munro peaks, Sgorr Dhonuill.
Golden Glen - Road to Ardnamurchan, Glen Tarbert, Ardgour
As the sun rose on a November morning, its light really brought out the golden colours of Autumn on the hillsides of Glen Tarbert. It was a moment that lasted for only a few brief minutes.
“Thick and Still” – Ardgour Lochan Trail, North Corran, Ardgour
The “Autumn leaves lie thick and still” in the woodland around the lochans at Ardgour.
Autumn Path - Ardgour Lochan Trail, North Corran, Ardgour
The light of the late afternoon sun filters through the trees in the woodland around the lochans at Ardgour.
Leven Light II - Camus Shallachain, Sallachan, Ardgour
In November the sun rises well towards the South-East and casts its first light over the mountains of Glencoe and into the entrance of Loch Leven at Ballachulish.
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