This view looks out across the lonely blue-grey waters of Fionn Loch, set among a wilderness of ancient ice-scoured Lewisian gneiss clothed in peat, heath and bog, to the monumental Suilven sculpted in Torridonian sandstone.
Sorry about that! I was just trying out a certain style of writing there. Don’t know why really. It just sort of happened. I’ll try not to let it happen again. Actually, maybe I should give myself an allowance to do it again some time if I feel like it, just for fun. We should all have such allowances.
Details: Coloured pencil; 2012; 42 cm x 30 cm. Framed original £400; unframed print £50.
Included in the gallery Landscapes