Loch Etive used to be a very popular destination in Scotland with landscape photographers, especially due to its ruined wooden jetty. However, as Dimitri Vasileiou explains, since its demolition things have changed
There is no doubt that Glen Etive is one of the most popular glens in Scotland. It is popular with walkers, kayakers and, of course, landscape photographers. Starting around the Rannoch Moor area, the glen runs for miles in a southwest direction, before ending at Loch Etive, a fairly narrow and very long sea loch – an equally popular area for tourists to catch boat trips and experience the loch’s majestic views.
Along the glen runs River Etive, which is responsible for the drainage of a vast area that includes part of Glen Coe and Rannoch Moor. The landscape along the river is ideal for …
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