Rannoch Moor. Hasselblad XPan 30mm. February 2015.
The Great Moor of Rannoch is a vast plateau of blanket bog, lochans and streams that sits at an altitude of a little over 1000ft. This idyllic and isolated expanse covers approximately 50 square miles and is surrounded by mountains on all sides. You can look at Rannoch Moor as a place of wonder, one of the last really wild places in Scotland. Or you can take Robert Louis Stevenson's view from the novel Kidnapped: "A wearier looking desert a man never saw".
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