Approaching Loch Coruisk – Stuck in Customs

Approaching Loch Coruisk

Daily Photo – Approaching Loch Coruisk

Just over the ridge here, from the sea loch, Loch na Cuilce, is the freshwater Loch Coruisk… translated that means “Cauldron of Water”. A fitting name indeed. It’s fairly inaccessible by foot, do-able for the experienced walker/climber if you fancy a rather questionable section called “the bad step” although that’s not recommended in the wet… which is most of the time in Scotland! 😀 So, the only real way to get there is by boat, which Stu and I did. It was such a quiet, serine place which contrasted with the harsh rock of the Black Cuillin mountains. They have their own micro-climate what I always love. Plenty scope for fast changing conditions which is ideal. It’s also one of those awesome locations with a mix of wildlife to add to the experience. Dolphins, Eagles, and more.

Approaching Loch Coruisk

Photo Information

  • Date Taken2023-06-20 11:32:23
  • CameraFC3411
  • Camera MakeDJI
  • Exposure Time1/320
  • Aperture2.8
  • ISO100
  • Focal Length8.4 mm
  • FlashNo Flash
  • Exposure ProgramManual
  • Exposure Bias