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Highland and Islands, Mountains and Glens.

David Brookens | Sgurr Coire Coinnichean

Sgurr Coire Coinnichean

High level cultivation on the slopes of Sgurr Coire Coinnichean above Inverie, Knoydart
David Brookens | Folach

Folach

A lonely Knoydart sheiling at Folach high in Glen Guiserein.
David Brookens | Inverie

Inverie

The jetty at Inverie, Knoydart in late afternoon sun.
David Brookens | Evening Sun on Loch Nevis

Evening Sun on Loch Nevis

Evening sun on the calm waters of Loch Nevis
David Brookens | Totaig Sunset

Totaig Sunset

With the Isle of Skye beyond, the setting sun lights up the old ferry slip at Totaig on Loch Duich.
David Brookens | Sunshine on Strathcroe

Sunshine on Strathcroe

Early Spring sunshine on Strathcroe and the snow topped Kintail hills.
David Brookens | The Torridon Mountains

The Torridon Mountains

From the Applecross to Shieldaig road, the snow covered mountains of Torridon tower over Upper Loch Torridon in the Scottish Highlands
David Brookens | Sunset at Arisaig

Sunset at Arisaig

An April sun setting over Skye and the Small Isles lights up the bay and harbour at Arisaig.
David Brookens | The Old Jetty at Kinlochmoidart

The Old Jetty at Kinlochmoidart

Built in 1796 for transporting oak and charcoal out of the area, the old jetty at Kinlochmoidart is now ruined beyond repair.
David Brookens | Evening Sun Over the Small Isles - Mono

Evening Sun Over the Small Isles - Mono

From Traigh near Morar, the evening sun lights up a column of cloud sitting over Eigg and Rum.
David Brookens | Castle Tioram

Castle Tioram

Castle Tioram guarding the narrows at Loch Moidart in the heart of Jacobite country.
David Brookens | The Old Jetty at Kinlochmoidart - Mono

The Old Jetty at Kinlochmoidart - Mono

Built in 1796 for transporting oak and charcoal out of the area, the old jetty at Kinlochmoidart is now ruined beyond repair.
David Brookens | Loch nan Uamh (Mono)

Loch nan Uamh (Mono)

The West Highland Line viaduct and late winter snow seen from near the Princes Cairn at the head of Loch nan Uamh.
David Brookens | Loch nan Uamh

Loch nan Uamh

The West Highland Line viaduct and late winter snow seen from near the Princes Cairn at the head of Loch nan Uamh
David Brookens | Evening Sun Over the Small Isles

Evening Sun Over the Small Isles

From Traigh near Morar, the evening sun lights up a column of cloud sitting over Eigg and Rum.
David Brookens | Glenfinnan

Glenfinnan

The Glenfinnan Monument and the head of Glen Shiel looking appropriate;y atmospheric on dark and brooding day in Jacobite country.
David Brookens | Castle Tioram - 2

Castle Tioram - 2

Castle Tioram guarding the narrows at Loch Moidart in the heart of Jacobite country.
David Brookens | Traigh

Traigh

Lying between Arisaig and Morar, the machair at Traigh under an April evening sky.
David Brookens | Kinlochmoidart Jetty

Kinlochmoidart Jetty

The long abandoned jetty at Kinlochmoidart at low tide on an April afternoon. Jacobite country.
David Brookens | Safely Moored

Safely Moored

A lone cruiser sits safely at anchor in the mouth of the River Morar near Mallaig.
David Brookens | Loch Morar and Bracora

Loch Morar and Bracora

Looking west along the north shore of Loch Morar with the Cuillin of Skye in the far distance.
David Brookens | Loch Morar

Loch Morar

On the north shore of Loch Morar looking towards the hills of Glen Pean and Kinlochmorar.
David Brookens | The Chapel of Inverbeg

The Chapel of Inverbeg

The Chapel of Inverbeg on the north shore of Loch Morar was in use from 1780 until 1836 serving the people of lochs Morar, Arkaig and Nevis.
David Brookens | St Finan's Church

St Finan's Church

An Episcopalian church, St Finan's is situated near Kinlochmoidart House, a property and an area with direct links to the Jacobite rising of 1745 and Bonnie Prince Charlie himself.
David Brookens | A Storm Brewing

A Storm Brewing

An afternoon storm brews up over Loch Ailort and Loch nan Uamh in Moidart.