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Thursday, February 09, 2006

The view at Loch Lomond, speeding back from a meeting up North. This was a beautiful drive back south, with the Munros and Bens reflected almost perfectly in the icy waters.

Loch Lomond is the second biggest loch or lake in the country, after Loch Ness. This isn't because of its size on the map (37 kilometers long) but rather its depth. Normally 37 metres deep it can get as deep at 190 metres. Ben Lomond is the southern most Munro (a mountain over 3000 feet high) and lies on the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond (.wav)

9 Comments:

At 6:39 AM, Blogger 3rdfloor20 said...

I love the colors and relfections in this shot. You're pretty lucky to get this kind of scenery on a commute!

 
At 3:00 PM, Blogger Dean Harvey said...

Nice shot Ewan - Is the Talbot Hotel still there? There used to be a great boozer a few miles down the road (in Arrochar?) called the Village Inn.....

 
At 3:02 PM, Blogger Dean Harvey said...

it's still there....

here's the URL

http://www.villageinnarrochar.com/

 
At 3:17 PM, Blogger Ewan McIntosh said...

Normally I'm powering home by that point, but I went in once with some German friends after climbing up North at the 3 Sisters in Glencoe.

 
At 12:16 AM, Blogger Arnaud said...

Nice place, very quiet and peacefull!

 
At 8:37 PM, Blogger heidi said...

It looks like an oil color. Nice photos.

 
At 6:45 PM, Blogger Alasdair said...

This is a beautiful version of the song, too. Who sings this? You?

 
At 11:14 PM, Blogger Ewan McIntosh said...

No - and I'm afraid I can't remember who it is. Try shortening the URL and you might get an answer. Cheers,
E

 
At 8:59 AM, Blogger Alasdair said...

Alas, they're not spilling the beans, but thank you anyway. Great find, Ewan.

 

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