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20 Oct 12   Loch More to Caithness via Beinn Ceannabeinne, Sutherland.

Cloudy in the morning but it cleared later to give a fine day.

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Superb autumn colours by Loch More, Reay Forest.

Loch More near Achfary.

Black and white telephone box at Achfary.
In response to a campaign by the Duke of Westminster to keep the box in place, a spokesman for BT said in
October 2008 that it had been "used for three chargeable calls last year and 29 in all. The other 26 were free."

Ben Stack from a small lochan near Laxford Bridge.

Ben Stack.

Ben Stack from near Kinlochbervie.

Arkle over Loch Inchard, near Kinlochbervie.

The Kyle of Durness from Keoldale.

Standing stone (modern) and information boards at Keoldale on the Kyle of Durness.

The Kyle of Durness from Keoldale.

Foinaven (in the cloud) and the ridge of Beinn Spionnaidh.

The Kyle of Durness and Keoldale

Ben Hope from the northern slopes of Beinn Ceannabeinne.
Beinn Ceannabeinne is the most northerly peak of the range
of hills that lies between Strath Dionard and Loch Eriboll.

A curious structure by Loch Duail.

Perhaps used to funnel sheep into the loch for cleaning?

Ben Hope over Loch Eriboll.

Srath Beag at the head of Loch Eriboll.

Rainbow over Ceannabeinne.

At the summit of Beinn Ceannabeinne (383m) looking towards Faraid Head.

The ridge south to Beinn Spionnaidh.

Ben Loyal and Ben Hope over Loch Eriboll.

Ben Hope over Loch Eriboll.

Whiten Head from above Ceannabeinne.

The beach at Ceannabeinne.

Ben Hope over Loch Hope.

Ben Hope and Loch Hope.

Ben Hope from the road over the a'Mhoine moors.

Sunset on Ben Loyal.

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