Foinaven and Arkle
Loch Inchard. Hasselblad 90mm. October 2012.
Loch Inchard is the most northerly sea loch on Scotland’s west coast. Its narrow course curves for over four miles inland from the fishing port of Kinlochbervie through rugged countryside to its head at Rhiconich. Here the skyline is dominated by Foinaven and Arkle, two wonderful mountains of the north that are notoriously difficult to photograph.
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