The Cobbler's Goodnight
The Cobbler's Goodnight

I had packed up for the night after deciding that all photographic opportunities had disappeared with the setting sun - when this happened. The rays of the sun behind the Cobbler (Ben Arthur).

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The Cobbler
The Cobbler

The Cobbler (Ben Arthur) from Duncryne Hill, above the village of Gartocharn, Loch Lomond.

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Lomond Mirror
Lomond Mirror
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The Pudding
The Pudding

Loch Lomond from Duncryne Hill - known locally as the the dumpling or the pudding bowl.

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Frost on the Dumpling
Frost on the Dumpling

I love the subtlety of this shot, taken on a frosty morning from Duncryne Hill (The Dumpling).

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Sing a Rainbow
Sing a Rainbow

Red and Yellow and Pink and Blue, etc. I can sing a rainbow too.

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Sunbeams on Lomond
Sunbeams on Lomond
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Ben Lomond
Ben Lomond
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Winter's Breath
Winter's Breath

The first light of the winter sun hits the mountains around Loch Lomond.

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Sometimes
Sometimes

Duncryne Hill above the village of Gartocharn provides marvellous views of Loch Lomond and the mountains. Sometimes the weather plays ball and you get shots like this.

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In the Pink
In the Pink
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Light on the Horizon
Light on the Horizon
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Keek
Keek

Keek is a good old 14th Century Scottish word meaning to peep. On this day the setting sun 'keeked' out one last time between a gap in the mountains.

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Whangie
Whangie

The view of Loch Lomond and its surrounding mountains from The Whangie.

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Sunset over Loch Lomond
Sunset over Loch Lomond
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Last Light on Lomond
Last Light on Lomond
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