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- Loch Rannoch -

Painting No. 84

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Descriptive Text and

Location Map of Painting

Moine location

The narrow waters of Loch Rannoch are fed from the west by the peat-stained streams of the wild uplands of Rannoch Moor.  To the east, the loch disgorges its water into the soft sylvan beauty of the River Tummel.  To travel along its gravelly shores is to pass from the gentle scenery of Perthshire to the desolate drama of Lochaber, and the journey in Autumn is one of silver and gold - a spectacle not to be missed.   But although the loch links two distinct landscapes, the road ends at Rannoch Station, leaving the Glencoe peaks towering tantalisingly out of reach in the distance.  Loch Rannoch is on a cul-de-sac, and so is ignored by those whose goals demand a linear journey with no retracing of footsteps.  When the same principle is applied to life, much that is worthwhile for its own sake is sacrificed for the sake of overall ambition, and more may be lost than merely the view of gold-crowned silver birches against a misty mountain backdrop and a silver glistening loch on the road to nowhere.

Rivers & Lochs