Liathach and Beinn Eighe in Winter
Loch Clair, Torridon, Scotland
Liathach, a seemingly impenetrable fortress of Torridonian sandstone, is one of the best known peaks in the Scottish Highlands. Its snow capped reflection in Loch Clair, along with that of its neighbour Beinn Eighe, seen here on the right, ideally suits the format of panoramic landscape photographs. I was fortunate that a cloud whose shape echoed the mountain ridge line drifted into view, filling the awkward void above.