The Saddle and Glen Shiel in Autumn

Glen Shiel and Loch Cluanie

A collection of mountain landscape photographs of Glen Shiel including the surrounding areas. The topographical features, places and individual mountains included in this collection, amongst many others, are Loch Cluanie, Loch Duich, The South Glen Shiel Ridge, Shiel Bridge, The Saddle, Faochag, Sgurr a’Bealaich Dearg, Aonach Meadhoin, Ama Bathach, A’Chralaig, Creag nan Damh, Sgurr an Lochan, Sgurr an Doire Leathain, Maol Chinn Dearg, Aonach air Chrith, Druim Shionnach and Craig a’Mhaim.

Glen Shiel in Morning Light
Morning Light in Glen Shiel
On a clear spring morning The Saddle and Faochag rise up out of the depths of Glen Shiel.
Faochag and The Saddle, Glen Shiel
The Saddle and Faochag from Glen Shiel in Winter
The Saddle and Faochag in winter raiment captured from an elevated viewpoint above Glen Shiel.
Autumn in Glen Shiel
Glen Shiel in Autumn
The Saddle and Faochag from beside the river in Glen Shiel on an autumn morning.
Spring Snow On The Saddle from the River Shiel
Spring Snow On The Saddle
Spring snow adorns the peaks of The Saddle and Faochag rising above the lovely Glen Shiel.
Glen Shiel in Spring
Glen Shiel in Spring
Looking west along the River Shiel towards The Saddle and Faochag from low in the glen in early spring.
The Saddle Alpine Style
The Saddle Alpine Style
The snow capped peaks of Faochag and The Saddle rise majestically above the lovely Glen Shiel.
The Saddle and Faochag from Glen Shiel at First Light
The Saddle and Faochag from Glen Shiel at First Light
The first light of a winter's morning illuminates The Saddle and Faochag from Glen Shiel.
The Mountains of Loch Cluanie
The Mountains of Loch Cluanie
The snow-covered summits of Aonach Meadhoin and Am Bathach dominate Loch Cluanie.
Spring Snow on The Saddle
Spring Snow on The Saddle
Spring snow adorns the peaks of The Saddle and Faochag rising above the lovely Glen Shiel.
The Saddle and Faochag from Glen Shiel
The Saddle and Faochag from Glen Shiel
The Saddle and Faochag from beside the river in Glen Shiel on an autumn morning.