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Painting No. 104
The 2980ft (914m) quartzite peaks and ridges of Foinaven broaden out at the southeast end of the mountain into a stony plateau which drops precipitously into the dark, glittering waters of Loch Dionard. The contorted crag looming above is Creag Urbhard, and the glistening spider-web of water that cleaves the rock is Allt Creagh Urbhard. It seems inconceivable that such a tenuous thread can erode such hard rock, or that the rock itself can be twisted like plastic - but that is what the convoluted layers attest. Also beyond the grasp of our finite minds is the vast timescale needed to achieve this - but it is mere seconds on a cosmic scale. By comparison, the whole of human history is an eyeblink of irrelevance. And yet, everything within us screams our significance - as individuals and as a species. Strange, isn’t it?