Sunday 7 September 2008


Posted near Inverness and dated 26 September 2006.

CC086 Loch Etive from Glen Etive in early summer.

Sent to me inside a book 2005.

Buachaille Etive Mòr, Glencoe

Buachaille Etive Mòr is one of the most recognisable mountains in Scotland. It forms a ridge almost entirely surrounded by the river Etive and its tributaries. With Buachaille Etive Beag, it lies at the north end of Glen Etive.Reblog this post [with Zemanta]


  1. Being a Campbell, Glencoe has a great deal of significance. I have climbed, walked, skied and scrambled over many parts of it in all weathers. This postcard shows it to be very benign.

  2. Beautiful. Such a difference between the two pictures to me - I didn't imagine Scotland having such a variation in scenery. Now I know. :)

  3. The landscapes are just lovely!

  4. Colin, I can well imagine it must often be very different. Probably postcard manufacturers prefer the benign look!
    Max, there's a lot more to Scotland but I don't have too many cards it seems.
    Lux, true, it is beautiful. There are some very beautiful places in Scotland.


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