Morning Fog, Loch Long, Arrochar

The view after breakfast from the delightful Seabank B&B, a placid, misty sea loch and sleepy mountains. Loch Long meets the sea to the south through the Firth of Clyde, found west of Glasgow (with its River Clyde), and sits a stone’s throw west of Loch Lomond in the Trossachs National Park, Argyll & Bute, in the Southern Highlands of Scotland. Arrochar is a small town at the northern tip of the loch. The peak of Ben Arthur, also known as “the Cobbler,” is just visible on the left behind this nearest ridge.

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image by C.L. Tangenberg, September 22, 2016

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