From the Gathering series.
Looking south-west from Taynish National Nature Reserve.
Taynish National Nature Reserve is a wonderful place. It’s essentially a small peninsula surrounded by the water of Loch Sween and lies close to the artistic and yachty village of Tayvallich. The natural landscape is one of Atlantic oak woodlands – Argyll’s very own rainforest – bogs, meadows, shore and saltmarsh. It’s one of the delights of Knapdale and well managed by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
Right now, and for the next month, the artist Rob Mulholland has installed a number of his mirror figures in and around the reserve, along the path to the old mill. Last weekend I went for a walk to see these, and several of the posts from the last few days came from there. Over the next few days I’ll be posting up some photos of the figures, one or two of which aren’t that easy to spot in the landscape.
Found on the walk around Taynish National Nature Reserve last weekend. In-camera processing.
The view north from the top of the hill in the Taynish National Nature Reserve. Loch Sween to the right and Caol Scotnish, an arm of Loch Sween, to the left.