Queen's View by Tom Gomez

One of the outstanding beauty spots in all of Scotland is the Queen’s View where, on clear days, a panorama of lake and mountain scenery stretches westwards as far as the Glencoe hills.

There is just a little doubt about which Queen is meant. Queen Victoria certainly visited it in 1866, when travelling privately, “incognita” as she so correctly puts it. However, it is more widely believed to have been named after Queen Isabella the 14th century wife of Robert the Bruce.


Related shots can be found at: Highland Scotland.

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  • emilyhale
    emilyhaleabout 7 years ago

    I have been there, and your photo captures it beautifully, scotland at it’s best! em.

  • Sheilz
    Sheilzabout 7 years ago

    This is a beautiful view. Lovely lighting with the sun glinting off the tree tops and the loch.

  • Arzu
    Arzuabout 7 years ago

    Outstanding shot, this is absolutely stunning, what a flawless capture

  • Irene  Burdell
    Irene Burdellabout 7 years ago

    Goodness me ,I am thinking of going to Scotland this year ,this has convinced me ,it is so beautiful.

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezabout 7 years ago

    Thank you for your lovely comments. Scotland is beautiful and this area in particular is stunning and very accessible. You will love it .

  • Dogman
    Dogmanabout 7 years ago

    Well, now I’m confused, I like both…but I would like it better if I was sitting on a boat and fishing out there right now!!! Great capture Tom!!!

  • Scotland is a great place to go fishing.

    – Tom Gomez

  • Philip Johnson
    Philip Johnsonalmost 7 years ago

    great shot tom , is it true that some people own fishing rights in rivers

  • It depends. Some of the rivers run through private estates and in this case, it can be quite expensive to fish as you have to pay. The landowners have made a business of it and rich people are willing to pay a lot of money to fish for salmon or trout.

    In England, you need to buy a fishing permit from the local authority, but in Scotland, you need to get permission from the owner of the fishing rights, or his agent.

    Have a look at: Fishing in Scotland

    – Tom Gomez

  • casazorro
    casazorroover 5 years ago

    Nice light you’ve caught here.

  • Thank you so much, very much appreciated …

    – Tom Gomez

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