With Mrs H. returning to Brighton for 3 nights, this essentially meant I had 4 clear distraction free days to get out photographing the landscapes of Scotland. The first was actually spent on the West Highland Line and photographing the city of Glasgow, choosing to see off Mrs H in that city. On the final day I decided also to take a train to meet her on her way back, but this time I was not going to go all the way to Glasgow but instead choose a place on route to go out and explore. I rather randomly chose Lock Awe in the heart of Argyll as my destination. The train times dictated that I would also have plenty of time to explore locally from the campsite at Barcaldine but this turned out to be a good thing because Lochawe (the village) was perhaps a little disappointing as a base for walking, hemmed in rather by the A85 and the railway line.