Been a fun 24hours. Yesterday I decided to hit Glencoe, this is my favourite time of year and whilst the forecast wasn't hopeful it was still. Just after the rain cleared I decided to go back to the Buachaille. This angle works really well in the summer as the sunset is so far to the north you can get some lighting on this. Light never really came but its different to all the others I have from this tripod hole _DSC0191 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr I am encourged to see more leaves on the trees now, so I thought I would make the last of the light in Glencoe. What a spot this is. I will probably go again tonight as it looks fairly still in the area. The blue skies are alas gone but there was a break in the light giving this wonderful golden glow on Bidean Nam Bian. _DSC0213 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr After some munch I had a wee nap in my car near Dalmally and aimed to do Kilchurn castle. The Met Office predicted sunny intervals, low winds and a little cloud cover. Perfect for the scenes and mood I wish to capture. To be fair, the Met got the low winds right but there was a horrible fog everywhere. It wasn't really what I wanted but in retrospect its a rather different take on a scene I've shot countless times _DSC0764 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr I normally take this in landscape orientation but thanks to some right manky gits who've left old tents near the castle it wasn't to be. I doubt I will come back here any time soon, the hoardes of fisherman, empty beer cans and litter have ruined the fun of coming here. _DSC0762 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr And one from the way home. I had planned on going to Inveraray castle but decided with the fog I might not pull the shot off. Wish I had, the fog was pretty localised but took this of Ben Lomond near Inveruglas on the way home _DSC0781 by Stephen Taylor, on Flickr After a quick nap Glencoe probably awaits me again.