Day 4 Scotland – Today very sadly is my last day in Scotland (sigh).
I began the day at the Nevis Range where I went up in the gondola to the top. No views, as I was in thick cloud, but got some great shots of the landscape that will look quite good and eerie in black and white.
Then I went to Glencoe. Once again more stunning mountains, but in particular stumbled across this great waterfall which I spent time getting shots around.
After lunch I decided to explore the highlands between Invergarry and Dornie. I found this one particular mountain and decided to climb to the top. It took me 2 hours on a steep incline to get to the peak. But once up there I had the most fantastic views and felt on top of the world. I sat there for 30 mins and just took it all in. The walk down was much easier of course and the great thing was I discovered more waterfalls. When I eventually got back to my car (and this hurts) I put my camera gear in the passenger seat, walked around to the drivers side door only to see a British Tornado fighter jet fly past me at eye line level along the loch I was parked at! I can only imagine how good a shot it would have been if I had my camera in hand (double sigh).
I have thoroughly enjoyed my time here in Scotland and I have no doubt I will be back one day, only for a much longer stay so I can explore more.