One of my first views of the Highlands, or at least, one of the first views where I actually had my camera ready!
Half way up a mountain, watching the clouds roll in and roll back out again. This photo doesn't even begin to do the view justice.
At the top of the mountain, looking across at another mountain (right). You can just about make out some buildings at the foot of the mountain - one of them is the cottage we stayed in.
I can prove it was the top of the moutain because below is the view directly behind me. We reached the saddle - we could have gone higher, but the wind and the rain were raging by this point.
We took a train ride from Kyle of Lochalsh across country to Dingwall, just a couple of stops short of Inverness. We got up at 4.45am to make sure we were at the station by 6.10am. All the photos before this one were rather dark!
Two photos of the mountain I climbed, taken from the front door.
e sheep who got into our garden a couple of times with his mates, and a baby Highland Cow.
And finally, we had some amazing sunsets.