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As the UK is still sinking under the weight of unaccustomed snow, here’s another reminder of our warm autumn.

These are the Red Cuillins, smoother and more rounded than the Black Cuillins. They consist of red granite, unlike the volcanic rock of the more jagged Black Cuillins.

This view was taken just above the single track road between Broadford and Elgol as it winds around Loch Slapin about 1½miles from Torrin. Similar views can be taken from various points on the road, but this was taken on a walk along a path which parallels the road and starts from one of the few car parks. I prefer this POV as the reflections are uninterrupted. See WS for a shot taken from the road.

I marked roughly where I think the path is on the map. (link right) If you zoom in and move the map around you will find the road and the car park(slightly north).

ISO100, FL22mm

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