Widely considered to be the boundary between the lowlands of central Scotland and the Highlands, the fresh water loch called Loch Lomond is beautiful. At 24miles long and up to 5miles wide with a maximum depth of 620ft, it has many opportunities for great photographs.
This wonderful fine art print of Loch Lomond and the Isle of Inveruglas came about from a trip to Glencoe. Andrea saw this spot as we drove past and insisted that we stop - it was raining at the time and I wasn't overly keen on stopping. I'm quite pleased we did as the final image is rather nice with the low lying mist across the loch.
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