Loch Tulla in the Highlands of Scotland lies on the edge of the bleak and barren Rannoch Moor.  If you’re heading north to the likes of Fort William and beyond you would have passed it on the left.  On the northern edge of Loch Tulla lies the Black Mount Estate, owned by the Flemming family (of James Bond fame).  It is a thoroughly desolate place, redeemed in places by spots of Caledonian Pine woodland that have survived the best attempts of deer and sheep to diminish them.


This shot was taken at the southern end of Loch Tulla where it out flows in to the River Orchy, juxtaposing Caledonian Pine against Sitka pine.

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