Glamaig, Glen Sligachan. February 2008. Hasselblad Xpan 45mm.

Glamaig

Glen Sligachan, isle of Skye. Hasselblad 45mm. February 2008

From many angles the scree covered slopes of Glamaig could easily be mistaken for a long extinct volcano. At 2543 ft (775m) this granite cone is one of only two Corbetts on Skye and forms the Northern end of the Red Cuillin. A fleeting break in the omnipresent cloud bank allowed me to capture the last rays of the Suns light before disappearing over the horizon.

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