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A panorama of the view east from Beinn an Lochain. On the left the double summit of Beinn an Lochain. Stretching north into the distance Glen Kinglas, to the right of it Beinn Chorranach. Turning right Loch Restil comes into view below, behind it Beinn Lubhain (with Beinn Ime hidden behind it and the clouds). At the foot of Beinn Lubhain you can make out Rest and be Thankful with the A83 coming up through Glen Croe. Slightly further in the distance Beinn Narnain, its summit just visible under the clouds. Slightly closer to the right is Ben Arthur, better known as The Cobbler. Then Loch Long would come into view, if it weren't covered by the fog. The view crosses over Glen Croe, partly shrouded in fog. To the right at the edge of the panorama you can just see The Brack. And just below you can make out a tiny part of Gleann Mór going south west.

Unfortunately it was later in the afternoon with the light starting to fade when I took the pictures for this panorama, I hope you can still enjoy it despite it being slightly on the darker side.

You can navigate by pointing your mouse over the panorama and moving it while pressing the mouse button. You can zoom in/out with the +/- controls just under the panorama.

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