At the back of the Campbell’s estate (I guess its actually Duke of Argyll, but the tea-room has 3 Andy Warhol Campbell’s soup prints, so for me it will always be the Campbell’s estate!), there is a woodland (Brackley Wood) that leads up to a tower on top of a steep hill with a view over the estate, the township and further down the Loch. This is situated on the way up (or down!).
A collection of images depicting the landscapes of Scotland. There are also a collection of landscapes in black and white that can be viewed
here. River Orchy. While driving from Inverness to the departure point for the Isle of Skye, google-maps took me by this short cut, along side this glorious river (with quite a few trout fishermen). Landscape in the vicinity of Glencoe View over Loch Linnhe View of the Isle of Skye, rainy late afternoon In the vicinity of Dunvegan, Isle of Skye Vicinity of Allt Dearg Mor, near the village of Sligachan, Isle of Skye Eilean Donan Castle, north-west Scotland. This is also a training ground for the British RAF, so taking the view, a jet scoots past at a couple of hundred metres altitude, coming around the loch behind the castle and to its right. I missed it this time, but see below! Loch Cluanie, late afternoon Looking north along A887!, and I hear the jets again. This time, I catch it! Moared boat along the Inverness Canal A panoramic view (iPhonography) nearing the summit of Cairn Gorm mountain, near Aviemore View nearing the summit of Cairn Gorm mountain, near Aviemore View nearing the summit of Cairn Gorm mountain, near Aviemore Looking towards Loch Maree, Scotland Clouds hug a mountain as the afternoon sun peaks through: Isle of Skye. The Campbell estate, Inveraray, is quite a nice spot, with wild forest, hills and kept lawns and garden. This is a bridge leading from the main part of the estate to the back country.
Panoramas from the ramparts of Stirling Castle. Stirling Castle was the home of James VI (the first Scottish King to become King of the UK; James I). The view are first to the West, second is to the East.