With a new documentary television series starting on Channel 5 on 10th November called “Loch Lomond: A Year in the Wild” featuring the wildlife of Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park I thought it was an opportune time to offer my interpretation of the beauty of this famous loch as November’s Print of the Month.
Loch Lomond owes its origin to the glacial era. The Glaciers ran South from the Ben Lui basin towards the southern end of Loch Lomond which is now Balloch. Loch Lomond has the greatest surface area of freshwater in Britain, approximately 17 acres and is the longest freshwater loch at 24 miles; and although quite shallow when compared to Loch Ness and Loch Morar neither of which are in the park, it still holds more water than all the Lakes in the Lake District added together.
Walking along the eastern shore in the Autumn of 2009 I came across this wonderful storm damaged pine tree near Rowardennan. It couldn’t have been in a more suitable position if I’d planted it myself with its out stretching branch directing you to that magnificent view down the loch.
Don’t forget that each image chosen will only be placed as Print of the Month once so if you like this particular image, buy it with 20% off the standard prices before the end of November.
There is a choice of an A3 print which is a perfect fit when mounted for 20″ by 16″ frames which are readily available via the internet or high street stores OR a 12″ by 8″ mounted print in a 16″ by 12″ frame of your choice.
To start or add to your collection just click on the image above and then select your choice from the Featured Products, add to cart and then apply the Coupon Code NOV15 to obtain your 20% off the shown price at the checkout before completing the purchase. If “Loch Lomond” is not one of your preferred images then, by all means, please share with me your favourites and I will see if we can make them available in due course.