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Painting No. 101
The busy crofting settlement of Lairg at the southern end of Loch Shin is the crossroads of the Northern Highlands. From here, roads radiate out to the north, north-west, west, south, and east. The north-west road follows the shore of Loch Shin, passing Shinness on its way to the west coast at Laxford Bridge and Scourie. Here, the way is dominated by the high peaks of Ben Hee, Ben More Assynt, Ben Stack, Arkle and Foinaven - a rugged and stern country. By contrast, the roads south and east from Lairg run through more gentle farming landscapes.
It is interesting that the more spectacular and exciting destinations lie at the end of the longer and more tortuous roads - a little like life itself.