I've probably said it before, but I love the area around Loch More in Caithness. There is such a feeling of open space and solitude, and little intrusion of man-made noise. It's also wind-swept and wild, but on a calm, sunny day there is nowhere better, in my opinion.
This view always stops me in my tracks as I come over the hill at
Weydale. The farmhouse stands out in silhouette against the lighter
distance, which extends over a huge area of farmland and the Flow
The view of Suilven towering over
the village of Lochinver has all the elements of a classic Sutherland
landscape: the isolated mountain peaks, the wild terrain, the small
fishing village strung out along the narrow strip of coastline.
this direction Suilven appears to be an almost perfect steep-sided
peak, often described as a "sugar loaf" shape, but in fact it is the end
of a long, narrow ridge.
Lochinver is one of several important fishing ports on the West Coast of Scotland.