Photographer's Note

In the middle of the Highlands wilderness, Loch-Loyne as we saw from a parking spot along the A87 road.
The precise location on the map: 57.0988, -4.9951.

This road is crossing the Highlands from Invergarry through 5 Loch's until crossing the Skye bridge into the island and up to Uig.
There are three Lochs which are not connected between or have an outing to the sea, first is Loch-Garry, than the beautiful Loch-Loyne, and after a turn to the north-west the road runs along the Loch-Cluanie.
This area is relatively deserted, almost no villages around there, did not see any ruins as evidence of life in ancient times – maybe that's what keeping the beauty of this area.
Unfortunately, we did not see any red-deer or other wild life except for birds, though the road-signs were warning of deers crossings.

Two WS's from the same place.
Technical's of the main post: A JPEG picture, 16:9 aspect-ratio, F6.3, exp. 1/800, ISO500. Slightly enhanced saturation (The #2 WS was not saturation-enhancement at all).


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