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2008-08-27 16:44:13
Nice photo :) It's actually Lochan na h-Achlaise which means something along the lines of "small lake of the wooded hill" - The twin-summited mountain in the background is Creise (left) and Meall a' Bhuiridh (right), among the highest hills in the area, though the photo is taken from high on Rannoch Moor which diminishes their relative height. The range is known as the "Black Mount" and is usually considered to be in the southern central highlands, rather than west. You should really only use Western Highlands to denote the coastline from the Knoydart Peninsula to Torridon for the sake of consistency with other sources. Who knows, a pixdaus.com regular might be tempted by your photos to come scotland and would be hard-pushed to find your scenes unless you spell the locations correctly :)