L O C H L U B N A I G
A few weeks ago we took a day trip north to the village of Killin at the Falls of Dochart, at the western edge of Loch Tay. As we drove north, the landscape became ever more dramatic. At one point on the journey, we drove along the banks of Loch Lubnaig. The traffic was steady so we couldn't slow down, but I shot a quick (and bumpy) video out the car window, looking through the trees to the loch.
I know, bumpy! But there was just something about this drive. I wanted to capture this moment, this spot. It was beautiful. We drove past the Glen Ogle Viaduct too.
We spent a few hours in Killin (that's for another story) and left as the rain set in. It was pouring as we drove back south. We wanted to stop at Loch Lubnaig, and we were lucky - there was a break in the rain that lasted just long enough to park and walk by the loch's edge. The light was fading. There were a few other people around - there's a campsite here - so it wasn't silent, but the water was so peaceful.
The green hues felt rich and intense after the rain.
Harris is used to the sea, so he was surprised to be able to paddle and drink.
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Loch Lubnaig The Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, Scotland 🎼 Noah & The Whale The First Days of Spring Instrumental, Pt. 2 #stelleruk