I love this pic. It is the contrast of the modern girl and the mediaeval building, and her red top really stands out. I even quite like the way the back to the camera shot adds to a sense of mystery (very difficult to get away with, back to the camera) . I might put it in the main website, is that ok Stuart?
ps. Note that the photo without the human being in it would be nothing.
We had a great week and excellent weather.
We spent a while looking at Castle Stalker, got the cable car at the Nevis range and then walked back down the mountain on the cycle track (not recommended), found a nice little walk at Glasdrum Wood with a very informative accompanying leaflet, did the waterfall walk at Inchree which was nice until it dumped us out onto the road for the last mile, went to the Glencoe visitors centre which was not a highlight to be honest, walked to Signal Rock which was nice although we had to clamber under barriers blocking the bridge(!).
Attached a picture of Debbie at Castle Stalker in a t-shirt, in October. Really lucky with the weather.
We have some nice pictures of the cottage from across the bay if you're interested? Cottages and mountain reflecting in the water, really lovely. Let me know and I'll zip some up.
Scottish castles in the West Highlands The story they don't tell you about the Glencoe Massacre History around the cottage in Appin Did the Vikings stage a battle in Glencoe? The Pictish broch in Lismore West of Scotland millions of years ago Robert the Bruce and the Ardchattan parliament Robert the Bruce and the Knights Templar The story of the MacDonalds of Glencoe Ancient roads of the Highlands Glencoe, the 4th Wonder of Scotland Castles in the Glencoe area GLENCOE OUTDOORS The best walks in Glencoe Ben Nevis, go climb it Munros are over 3,000 feet Some Munros are easy Glencoe rock climbing Skiing in Glencoe is excellent again New cycle tracks around Glencoe There are lovely beaches and bays around Glencoe Accommodation Fort William Golf on the West coast Tour the Highlands You can cruise the West coast Driving around glencoe on snow and ice - Tips