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Dominating the landscape of Skye, Blaven 928m and Clach Glas 1084m are two of the most distinctive peaks on the island. These mountains are composed of volcanic gabbro rock, which was formed over millions of years through the slow cooling and solidification of magma deep beneath the earth’s surface. The result is a dense and durable rock that has been shaped by weathering and erosion into the landscape we see today. The John Muir Trust’s properties of Strathaird, Sconser and Torrin cover over 12,000 hectares and are home to a diverse range of habitats, from rugged coastline to towering mountains.

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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