Working between the winter and spring equinoxes, Colin explores a place that has changed little with the passing of years. Tramping the rugged landscapes between Loch Maree and Lochinver, he focuses and three distinct mountains. The majestic An Teallach is regarded by many as Scotland’s finest summit, a complete mountain range in miniature. Further north is Cul Mor, the highest of the Inverpolly hills, with its prominent quartzite summits and surreal rock formations. Finally, after a long walk, Colin ascends Beinn Airigh Charr for the views eastwards to what many people consider Scotland’s most remote Munro, A’Mhaighdean.
This film gives a rare insight into a meticulous world-class photographer and shows how half a year’s work resulted in just a handful of images.