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Blà Bheinn or Blaven 928m on the Isle of Skye in Scotland is owned and managed by the John Muir Trust within the Strathaird, Sconser and Torrin properties. It is usually regarded as an outlier to the Black Cuillin. Bla Bheinn’s huge slabs of gabbro rock, slashed with deep gullies and precipices, rise steeply from the tree-lined rocky shores of Loch Slapin. The summit has spectacular views over the neighbouring mountains. The name Blà Bheinn is thought to mean “Blue Mountain”, from a combination of Norse and Gaelic.

Photograph by Barbara Jones

About Barbara Jones

Barbara took up hill walking in her late twenties and capturing scenery on film seemed a natural progression so that pretty soon she was getting work published. Self taught, and working alone, Barbara seeks fleeting light and wild weather in her work.

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