About Ullapool, Lochbroom and Coigach
The Ross-shire parish of Lochbroom, with Coigach forming its northern third, stretches from the River Kirkaig in the north to Loch Droma and the north side of the Fannichs in the south, and from the Little Gruinard River and Fionn Loch in the west to just east of Loch an Daimh. Click here for a map.
The area includes the settlements of Ullapool, Achiltibuie, Dundonnell and Scoraig, and takes in many well-known landmarks such as Loch Broom, the Summer Isles, Stac Pollaidh, An Teallach, Isle Martin, Corrieshalloch Gorge, Cùl Mòr and Beinn Ghòbhlach. Bordered by Assynt to the north and Gairloch to the west, it is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Any photographs of the area are welcome, as are photographs taken outside the area if they are relevant. Scans of postcards and photographs would be great.
Been to Loopallu, Ullapool Guitar Festival, Fèis Rois Inbhich or Ullapool Book Festival? Let's see your photos!
It's not compulsory, but it would be nice if you could geotag your images.
Thanks to Douglas Griffin, the following Photo guides are available for the area:
Rhue, Ardmair and Strathkanaird
Hopefully more will be appearing soon.
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