A view over the settlement of Altandhu by Loch an Altain Dubh in Coigach,NW Scotland across to the Summer Isles Isle Ristol is in the foreground with Eilean Mullagrach to the right. Taken from the marked viewpoint above the village. It may be September and they may be called the Summer Isles but it was freezing cold and wet when I took this shot.
Sony Alpha 350 DSLR 4 RAW images tonemapped in Photomatix and stitched in Photoshop
The Summer Isles (Scottish Gaelic: Na h-Eileanan Samhraidh) are an archipelago lying in the mouth of Loch Broom, in the Highland region of Scotland.
The only inhabited isle, Tanera Mòr, is also the largest. It is home to an Atlantic salmon fish farm, some rental holiday homes, a café and a post office, which has operated its own local post and printed its own stamps since 1970. The island has no roads and the only recognisable path goes around the Anchorage, the sheltered bay on the east side of the island. Boats sail to the island from Achiltibuie and Ullapool ( Source Wikipedia)