A shower catches Sgurr a' Ghlas Leathaid above Achnasheen
as early morning light behind it's west flank shades the mountain
a luminous blue. On the way to Inverness this isolated corbet
looks perfectly composed at the head of Loch a' Chroisg.
Ardheslaig is a sheltered inlet and a cluster of houses before the coast
road to Applecross begins. Walking over the hill and looking back
the way we had come was particularly rewarding.
In wild, cyclonic weather
the drama of Loch Torridon, where so many mountains meet
the sea, made for some memorable moments.