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Pictures by David McConnell Hunter
Lochaber and Argyll - March 2008


These photographs were taken in March, 2008 during a short trip to Scotland. As my digital camera was not working, I pressed my 40-year old 35mm Minolta SRT 101 camera back into service again and used Fuji and Kodak negative film. As you can see, the scenery was spectacular with snow-capped mountains adding a touch of majesty to the scene.


Deer at the edge of the Rannoch Moor


Ben Nevis from Corpach.
Photograph taken from a train on the West Highland Line


The Three Sisters of Glencoe


Beinn a' Bheithir and Loch Leven


Beinn a' Bheithir from Invercoe


Sgorr Dhonuill from Onich


Looking across Loch Leven to Glencoe from Callart


Bidean nam Bian, Glencoe


Loch Leven and Glencoe from Ballachulish


Approach to Glen Gour at Sallachan


Loch nan Gabhar in Glen Gour. Sgurr Dhomhnuill and Beinn na h-Uama
are in the background. Torr an Duin is the small hill on the right


Loch Leven and the Isles of Glencoe


Lairig Eilde -- the track between Glencoe and Glen Etive


Allt Lairig Eilde with Stob Coire Sgreanhach in the background


Hikers on the Coire na Ba track north of Kinlochleven


Stob Coire a' Chairn in the Mamore range


Coire na Ba


Stob Coire a' Chairn and Na Gruagaichean


The Island of Eigg from Arisaig


The Rois-Bheinn mountain range from Arisaig


Looking across the Sound of Arisaig to the Island of Rum


The Morvern Mountains from Rubha nam Moine near Kentallan


The Lismore Ferry at Oban.
Dun da Ghaoith on the Island of Mull in the background


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