Tour Of The Highlands

A brilliant photo of the Jacobite on Glenfinnan Viaduct

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Frustration took over my life for a while, so I decided I required a break from the day to day discord that I have endured lately. Armed with my trusty Nikon D750 and Tamron 28-70 lens, I packed my bags and set off north, initially to the east of Scotland, which was covered in an earlier post and then onto Inverness and beyond.

The Jacobite

Following a brief overnight stop in the city of Inverness, I headed towards Mallaig to observe awesome scenery and the Jacobite steam train that runs from Fort William to Mallaig. My goal was to reach the Glenfinnan Viaduct before the train but I was late and got the afternoon run instead in glorious sunshine. What a beautiful site this train is as it emanates smoke over this famous location.

I visited Mallaig for an hour and enjoyed a gorgeous roast beef roll and latte, albeit a rather expensive…

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