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Old Boathouse...

By Scottishlandscapes  
...cut stone stands out amongst the tangle of trees and crumbling walls in the village of Lower Diabeg on the shore of Loch Torridon.
The road from Torridon village climbs through a thick forrest of Birch and opens onto the rocky side of Ben Alligin, then twist and turns along the hillside before swooping down and around several S bands arrives the harbour in Diabeg. A tiny community of crofts and holiday lets.
You need want to be away from it all to come here to this highland gem, and have a head for heights along the way.

Tags: Mountains Lochs Glens Torridon Villages Wester ross Landscape and travel Highlands and islands Clans

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Comments


24 Jun 2017 11:36AM
plenty of fine textural detail, beautiful light too

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dimalexa 3 5 Greece
24 Jun 2017 1:30PM
Excellent natural view, if there were roof tiles instead of corrugated metal sheets on the roof, it would be perfect!
Dimitris
Daisymaye Plus
11 23 16 Canada
24 Jun 2017 2:42PM
Before the trees come out in leaf. A lovely Spring day.
mrswoolybill Plus
13 2.1k 2227 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2017 3:34PM
Love the random stone, combined with shadows.
Mollycat Plus
6 21 2 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2017 4:23PM
Wonderful textures and dappled light Dougie.
Peter
capto Plus
8 6.3k 19 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2017 3:58PM
A lovely shot.Smile
ivor
25 Jun 2017 7:36PM
Nicely captured in lovely light! GrinGrinGrin
Tynnwrlluniau Plus
10 112 38 Wales
25 Jun 2017 8:19PM
Beautifully balanced composition and a scene that holds the attrntion and draws you in. Top notch 👍
26 Jun 2017 7:00AM
How far from the water, I wonder... looks like a bit of a pull up to the door!
Love the mossy tin roof.
Richsr 13 91 223 England
26 Jun 2017 9:50AM
Nicely worked here Dougie.
Regards Richard
viscostatic 13 47 7 United Kingdom
11 Jul 2017 11:20AM
It is a beautiful and remote spot indeed Dougie. I like the patterns and textures in this image and the way the work of man fits in so well with the surroundings.

Phil.

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