Port Appin sunrise Argyle Scotland
Port Appin sunrise Argyle Scotland - on the coast of Appin, just north of Loch Creran as it meets the sea. It looks directly across the strip of water called the Lynn of Lorn to the northern tip of the island of Lismore, and across Loch Linnhe to the coast of Morvern beyond.
This is one reason why Port Appin can be a busy place at popular times of the year. The shortest and cheapest ferry crossing to Lismore runs from the jetty here.
The Lismore is a passenger-only ferry running linking Port Appin with Lismore. There is also a small car ferry linking Lismore to Oban. This allows you more flexibility on the island, and your own transport, but at a higher price and with a lower frequency of service.
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|Location||Port Appin sunrise Argyle Scotland|
|How to get here||See Map|
|GPS position||56°33'12" N 5°24'53" W|
|Google Maps||HH3P+83 Port Appin, Appin|
|Where to park||Parking space at the side of the road|
|What to shoot||View up the loch as the sun rises to your right|
|When to shoot||Sunrise|
|Camera||Canon 1Ds III|
|Lens||Canon EF 24-105mm f4 IS USM @ 24mm|
|Shutter Speed||2.0 sec|