Loch Ceann lies approximately half way along the Caledonian Canal which allows quite large vessels to navigate their way from one side of Scotland to the other without the perils of rounding the dangerous waters at the very top of Scotland.
The Caledonian Canal starts at Inverness and travels the length of the Great Glen to Fort William taking in Loch Dockfour, Loch Ness, the town of Fort Augustus through Loch Oich, Loch Ceann and Loch Lochy.
We spent a delightful six days on a launch
exploring this area.
A while ago I posted ‘Safe Harbour, Loch Ceann’
and had very good responses to it so I posted this photograph from practically the same point but without the yachts. In fact, one of those yachts rear-ends can just be seen on the right hand side.
Best viewed large.
Fuji S5000 at 39mm, 1/450, f/8, Mode Manual, iso 200.