Photograph and blog post by Lisa Morales, U.S.A.
Sligachan, Isle of Skye IV47 8SW, UK
Why is photographing Sligachan Bridge on the Snap Spotz photographer’s bucket list?
Rivers, waterfalls, mountains, a brewery and 400 types of scotch are reason enough to stay at the Sligachan hotel and photograph the River Sligachan and the ancient stone bridge right across the parking lot.
When is the best time to photograph Sligachan Bridge?
The best time to take a photograph of Sligachan Bridge is at sunrise.
Where is the best spot to photograph Sligachan Bridge?
Beside the Sligachan Bridge.
Tips or recommendations to photograph Sligachan Bridge?
There are toilets, food and accommodation near Sligachan Bridge.
Ease of access for photographing Sligachan Bridge?
Accessibility rating between 1 and 10. 1 being wheelchair accessible, 10 being a difficult (and possibly dangerous) hike requiring rock climbing experience!
Rating = 3
Located where the Black Cuillin meets the western seaboard is Sligachan. This is where to come to see the view that so often graces postcards and canvass alike of the Red and Black Cuillin with Glen Sligachan between them. There is an enchantingly picturesque stone built bridge in the foreground under which River Sligachan flows wide and excitable. Sgurr-Nan-Gillean looms large to the right, all black and menacing, crags and pinnacles, wreathed in unnatural wisps of cloud or with every crevice etched in snow she looks a merciless climb.Isle of Skye
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