|"Suilven and Canisp", Watercolour, 25 x 36 cm|
The view of Suilven towering over the village of Lochinver has all the elements of a classic Sutherland landscape: the isolated mountain peaks, the wild terrain, the small fishing village strung out along the narrow strip of coastline.
From this direction Suilven appears to be an almost perfect steep-sided peak, often described as a "sugar loaf" shape, but in fact it is the end of a long, narrow ridge.
Lochinver is one of several important fishing ports on the West Coast of Scotland.
Location - https://goo.gl/maps/BHwkkJS8BhT2