Loch Lurgainn, Scotland

Loch Lurgainn is a large deep loch located north along the west coast from Ullapool, Scotland. From the road that runs along the side of the loch, you can get stunning views of Stac Pollaidh, one of the most distinctive summits in Scotland and a remarkable quick hill to climb. The loch keeps many large trout generally caught by trolling, also plenty of smaller trout, and is a popular destination for anglers.

I stopped there during a nostalgic trip around Scotland with my mother in 2014 and I wanted to take a photograph close to the spot where a photo had been taken by me of my mother, father, and brother in or around 1967.

Loch Lurgainn and Stac Polly
Loch Lurgainn and Stac Pollaidh
Alan Taylor, Doreen Taylor, Gordon Taylor (from left to right), at Loch Lurgainn with Stac Pollaidh behind, around 1967 to 1969 when on holiday at Kylesku

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