Sundew and Mist at Loch Thùlagbhal

On the outward journey to fellow Tìr mo Rùin artist Anne Campbell's family shieling on Barvas Moor, Loch Thùlagbhal was shrouded in heat, low cloud and mist. The image traces the path taken across the blanket bog around the loch and reflects the impression made. "X" marks the position on the satellite imagery from where the body of water is viewed. The foreshores of Loch Thùlagbhal were extensively carpeted with Greater Sundew (Drosera anglica) the carnivorous, insect-eating plant.