Multi-peaked Ben Loyal on a summer evening, viewed across Lochan Hakel. There’s gold in the Lochan - literally : in 1746, the 'Hazard', a French war sloop carrying money to Bonnie Prince Charlie, was run ashore at Melness. The crew, in trying to make their way south overland with their treasure, were intercepted at Lochan Hakel and threw the greater part of the money into the loch.
Date: 30 July 2013
Location : Lochan Hakel, Tongue, Sutherland
Canon 5DII, Canon 35mm, f16 70s (Lee Big Stopper), ISO50
Image reference bw293. © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.
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