Wednesday, 28 April 2010

The Pictures to 'A Perfect Highland Day'

The first set of pictures from my recent trip to the west coast of Scotland highlights the splendid highland scenery seen during my day in Glenelg.

The view across Loch Loyne towards the snow-capped Beinn Loinne (right, behind the spur) and the long ridge of Druim nan Cnamh to the south of Loch Cluanie

Looking across Loch Hourn, near Arnisdale, towards Barrisdale Bay and the Knoydart mountains

An atmospheric view of Eigg at the entrance to the Sound of Sleat

A Feral Goat kid (Capra hircus) seen in road-side undergrowth in Glen Shiel

A Red Deer hind (Cervus elaphus) seen near the road in Glen Shiel

5 comments:

It's Time to Live said...

I would like a summer to wander around your landscape images!

ADRIAN said...

The hind is wonderful. You had some good weather and made the best of it.

kirstallcreatures said...

You've captured some fantastic photos of a beautiful landscape Emma, Linda

holdingmoments said...

Stunning landscape shots Emma. Beautiful area.
The goat and deer are beauties too.

Roy said...

Absolutely stunning scenery Emma and the Kid and Red deer are lovely shots. What a great trip.