"Even before I processed this image it was one of my favourite shots from the Isle of Skye where we spent a little over three days during our 2 week trip to the Western Isles.
The crag (rock) itself was a sight to behold - seemingly having been thrust through the ground which lay beneath it with extreme force, the landscape which surrounded the entire location and that awesome little path which will have seen hundreds or even thousands of shoes pass over it's dirt and stones each and every day during the summer months.
The area is known as Fairy Glen, but it's somewhere you have to visit for yourself to fully feel the magic that seems to eminate from every part of this famous spot."
"Hi All, Managed to sneak out this morning hoping for a spectacular sunrise as there has been a few this week but law of the sod it didnt quite work for me on my day off :-) Still it could have been worse. Inspired by Duncans wonderful bridge shots ! Cheers Ross."
"Snow or IR? More importantly, can anyone see the elephant with a wine glass in its mouth? The higher peaks were dusted in white leaving the Kingy cottage. Deer were down getting hand fed & I walked with them awhile, side by side. Early morning & the Etive was roaring with rainwater & the Clachaig was serving single malts by candlelight the night before. This was hard to expose for, not least because of a mighty hangover. Storms are fickle in the Coe, be they in your own head & part of your own oscillating delirium or swirling around in the dark of a huddled remote building full of laughter."
"My favourite place, my favourite time... it doesn't get much better than this... I am so lucky to live in this beautiful part of Scotland...
...If you are interested in visiting loch Ard or seeing what it has to offer, i have put together a blog that covers this beautiful little loch... check it out here..
Loch Ard Photo Guide>"
And of course the quirky....