Near Spey Dam, the river starts it's long journey to Spey Bay. Above the dam Glenshero is wild and open, a quiet place for reflection. The road becomes a track that crosses through the Monadliath Mountains and eventually to Fort Augustas.
Looking west across the loch.
On the north side of Loch Torridon as the Diabeg road steeply climbs into the hills.
Cold, snowy, calm but photographers need to get out there.
Classic Swaledale in winter: field shapes, dry stone walls etched against the snow, dark skeletal trees and long distance views of Shunnor Fell. A favourite vista. long distant views of Shunnor Fell.
The water cascades over the fall and then disappears underground to flow through the system of potholes in the limestone rocks.
Quite a scramble to get to the waterfalls, a quiet spot.