[ Photo Blog #51 ]
Mainland Scotland has 6,160 miles (9,910 km) of coastline. Including the numerous islands, this increases to some 10,250 miles (16,500 km). The west coast in particular is heavily indented, with long promontories separated by fjord-like sea lochs. In addition to these, there are more than 30,000 freshwater lochs in Scotland. I give below a selection containing a dozen of my photographs, taken in 2001, of just four of these inland lochs – Loch Earn, Loch Fyne, Loch Lawyers and Loch Voil – all in the southern reaches of the Western Highlands . . .