North Argyllshire Print Collection

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Argyllshire – North, Scotland

Sixteen selected prints based on sixteen days walk along the northern coastline of the historic county of Argyllshire, Scotland which includes the Morvern and Ardnamurchan peninsulas. The walk took place in December 2018 and January 2019.

Signed, limited edition prints are available from £195. To purchase and for more details visit The Perimeter Print Shop alternatively email your order to mail@quintinlake.com or phone 07973 139345

Morning light from Glen Coe with Ballachulish Bridge, Highland, Scotland.

2.33pm Instrument frame with summit refuge, Ben Nevis, Highland, Scotland.

Loch Eil Mist III, Highland, Scotland.

8.20am Tower Ridge, Ben Neviis, Highland, Scotland.

7.41am path to Ben Nevis from the north, Highland, Scotland.

2.31pm Meteorological observatory ruins (manned from 1881 to 1904), Ben Nevis summit, Highland, Scotland.

8.41am Loch Eil from Carn Dearg Meadhonach, Highland, Scotland.

9.42am Lochan Meal an t-Suidhe and the path to the CIC hut, Highland, Scotland.

Loch Eil Mist II, Highland, Scotland.

Mist above Loch Eil, Highland, Scotland.

4.12pm Glen Nevis from the snow line on Ben Nevis, Highland, Scotland.

Loch Eil Mist IV, Highland, Scotland.

Golden symmetry II, Loch Eil, Highland, Scotland.

7.28am Paper mill at Corpach with Loch Eil beyond, Highland, Scotland.

12.15pm Carn Mor Dearg Arete, Highland, Scotland.

Golden symmetry I, Loch Eil, Highland, Scotland.

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