Kinlochleven, ScotlandSaturday 4th August 2012

Perhaps my favourite view... Loch Leven and Kinlochleven from the Mamore estate landrover track way up in the hills. The small pointy hill on the left is Sgorr na Ciche - this being Gaelic for, basically, "Tit Mountain". When the Victorians, obsessed with cataloguing everything, came across this they recorded it as 'The Pap of Glencoe' - 'Pap' apparently being the only socially acceptable term they could come up with. Funnily enough, on more than one occasion I've heard visitors pronounce the word 'Mamore' as 'Mammary'. This is wrong, unless I've not been keeping abreast of changes in pronunciation.

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