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- Suilven -

Painting No. 78

Descriptive Text and

Location Map of Painting

Moine location

This picture is also available as Bookmark No. P78

and as Bookmark No. M6

Though modest in height at only 2399ft (731m), Suilven is spectacular in appearance.  From the west it looks like a massive tower; from the east, a slender spire; and from north and south, a jagged ridge rising from steep crags.  The surrounding rough moorland is pierced by the underlying bedrock of Lewisian gneiss, but Suilven itself is built from horizontal bands of weathered sandstone.  It is hard to believe that this mountain is the result of natural processes, yet it is the surrounding landscape that is less natural as it is carefully managed to encourage grouse and deer for shooting.   The Lake District fells are likewise modified by sheep grazing.  Such sensitive human interaction with the land produces most of the “natural” scenery we all value so much.  

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