Early on the Sunday morning of my trip to see my parents on the Isle of Mull at Easter (see parts one and two) I woke up to see my Aunt & Uncle off for their ferry. We were also thinking about a couple of different walks we could perhaps fit into the day, planning low lying ones to avoid the rain. Little did we imagine that on opening the curtains we’d be greeted with an absolutely stunning view across the Loch with a thin band of low lying cloud leaving the peaks clear.
The lighting was perfect and the water absolutely still. After some time stood drinking tea and admiring the unexpected view we decided our walk for the day would be up Ben More, which I’ve climbed a couple of times before, but this time it would be up this side. I’ll do a seperate post for that. This one now will remain photos I took of the view.