The dark side of Beinn Eighe
1st March 2021
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A spring day in Torridon with long sunny spells and very light winds.
Having spent yesterday on the southern side on Beinn Eighe, I was curious to see what the ‘other’ side looked like. The photo is taken from the summit of Meall a’Ghiuthais (887m) looking south – sorry it’s a bit dark (the sun was in the wrong place).
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