So, with dark clouds heaving up from the west, we took a walk along the ridge of Beinn na h-Imeilte - and wonderful it was to be in the fresh air. We left the car on the Sanna road below the forbidding rock face of Creag an Airgid and set out along the southwestern flank of the ridge with its views across Lochan na Crannaig to Beinn na Seilg.
By this time the drizzle had arrived, which was fine as we were prepared for it. The only problems rain poses are that slopes, already saturated from days of rain, become even more slippery, and handling the camera becomes difficult - but it's not the camera's fault that these pictures don't do justice to this magnificent scenery.
We followed the flank of the hill until we could see across the valley of the burn called Sruthen Bhraigh nan Allt to Beinn Buidhe, against whose slopes the scattered houses of the tiny township of Achosnich nestle, the view blurred by drifting veils of rain. We then turned and climbed across the ridge, coming into the full blast of the westerly wind at the top before dropping down into the lee of the hill.
An interactive map of the area is here.