Normally I avoid photographing in mid summer, or mid day, but here I broke both of these norms. Having climbed part way up one of the slopes at the end of Loch Slapin, the view across the glen between Torrin and Luib lay in front of me, and with an interesting sky to top it all. This panorama across the Red Cuillin has been created from several images, so it distorts the true lie of the land a bit. One edge to the other covers a field of view of almost 180 degrees. The central dark loch has a light patch of reeds or some kind of pond weed in it, I'm not really sure what as it was all largely just below the water's surface. I would guess that the unusual dark colour of the loch comes from the peaty soil.
Image size: 3744 x 5616, 7.03Mb | Camera details: Canon EOS 5D Mark II | Date uploaded: 08/08/2018