First Light on An Teallach

An Teallach Prints

The range of mountains that comprises An Teallach is one of the most spectacular in Scotland and ranks in grandeur with the peaks of Torridon and of the Cuillins on the Isle of Skye. My small selection of prints of An Teallach are intended to feature the entire mountain group as seen from various locations to the east and not just a single peak or outcrop.

Rising south of Loch Broom, An Teallach is a mountain of great individual character and profoundly distinctive features that set it apart. It is a firm favourite with those who experience its challenge or who merely stand and admire its crenellated crest and massive buttresses.  Its three-mile long ridge is much indented and is joined to three spurs that enclose two magnificent corries.

The best view of the ridge is obtained from the east along the ‘Road of Desolation’, and when seen on a sunny morning its superb architecture of Torridonian Sandstone is revealed. Several of my prints were taken from across a small hill lochan on the moor to the east of An Teallach a short distance from Dundonnell and before the road descends to the shore of Loch Broom.

The name An Teallach when translated means ‘The Forge’; this justly describes the mountain when seen from the moor above Dundonnell at dawn, a scene which is captured in my image ‘First Light on An Teallach‘.

  • First Light on An Teallach
    • First Light on An Teallach
    • First Light on An Teallach
    • £39.00
    • Print Format : Panoramic Image Size : 570 x 190mm Mounted Size : 660 x 290mm Media : Fotospeed EG Platinum Etching 285 gsm Open Edition
  • An Teallach from Loch Droma
    • An Teallach from Loch Droma
    • An Teallach from Loch Droma
    • £39.00
    • Print Format : Panoramic Image Size : 570 x 190mm Mounted Size : 660 x 290mm Media : Fotospeed EG Platinum Etching 285 gsm Open Edition
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