This morning, we departed our lodgings at Broadford, Skye and proceeded as follows:

First, photographs of a nuclear submarine in Broadford Bay.

Nuclear Submarine in Broadford Bay, Scotland

Next to Armadale and connection with our ferry to Mallaig. This trip took us past the stunning views of the Knoydart peninsula.

Knoydart Peninsula, Scotland

Next, towards Glenfinnan but stopping en-route (just in time) to watch the Jacobite Express ¬†aka ‘Harry Potter Train’ as it steamed up from Fort William to Mallaig.

Next a stop at Glenfinnan, principally to photograph the Glenfinnan Viaduct aka ‘Harry Potter Bridge’.

‘Harry Potter Bridge’, Glenfinnan, Scotland

Glenfinnan Monument, Scotland

Next, onwards towards Fort William with a stop to photograph Ben Nevis, Britain’s tallest mountain resplendent in the morning sunshine.

Ben Nevis, Scotland

Next to Glencoe Visitor Centre for a light lunch then onwards through the glen with a photo stop en-route.

Glencoe, Scotland

Next, onwards over Rannoch Moor then progressively down in altitude to our destination of Luss, a quaint village on the banks of Loch Lomond. Here the small pier afforded superb views of the famous loch (lake).

Loch Lomond, Scotland

Cottage at Luss, Scotland

Luss, Scotland

Finally, we continued east, crossing the Erskine Bridge and then on through Glasgow to our final destination of Edinburgh and overnight lodgings in readiness for train journey tomorrow to London.

Today’s tour was greatly enhanced by sunny and dry weather.

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