Taken on a cold February morning at this sheltered inlet in Upper Loch Torridon. Its name means ‘Bay of Deception’ in Scottish Gaelic. “It is dangerous owing to large boulders.” – W. J. Watson, ‘Place Names of Ross and Cromarty’ (Inverness, 1904).
Canon 5D Mark II | ISO100 | 17-40 f/4L @ 24mm | f/16 | 4 sec | 0.45 ND hard grad
Location: Òb Mheallaidh, Torridon, Ross-Shire.