Wednesday, 28 June 2017


As well as taking superb wildlife photographs, Sue and Richard come to Ardnamurchan to enjoy and record its landscapes. Sadly, Ardnamurchan doesn't always co-operate. This was an all-too-frequent view when looking from Ardslignish across Loch Sunart to Morvern.

But, when the skies clear and the sun comes out the place is transformed. This format can't do justice to this picture, which looks down the wide glen of the Achateny Water to Eigg, Rum and the mountains of Skye.

Between Sanna and Portuairk the burn called the Sruthan Braigh nan Allt reaches the sea. This picture was taken from there looking across Sanna Bay to the isles.

The weather did behave itself well enough to provide Sue and Richard with at least one sunset photograph, taken from the north coast. The island in silhouette is Rum, and the low profile of Canna is visible to the left.

Many thanks to Sue and Richard for the photographs.


  1. Magnificent panoramic photographs. Look how still the sea is. Do you stitch standard frames together or pan the camera in a 'panorama mode'?

  2. Sue used the panorama setting on her Lumix.

  3. What BEAUTIFUL pictures! Thanks so much for sharing them! I'm going to try my VERY best to get back there, and let Jon finish the tpur!