Todays archive post is of Buachaille Etive Mor. The mountain is really called Stob Dearg. Its the whole ridge thats called Buachaille Etive Mor, but Stob Dearg (gaelic for ‘Red Peak‘) ic commonly known as ‘The Buachaille’. Now thats sorted out, this is probably the most photographed location in Glencoe. Theres a well worn path to this spot, and place your tripod in the holes left by countless other tripods for the shot. It doesn’t make it a bad shot, just a overused one. In fact it’s part of a Scottish landscape photographers right of passage to recreate all the classic shots in Glencoe.
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