When I Tried To Go To Loch Humphry

Last summer i was moaning about being bored about taking pics of Paisley and city centre pics of Glasgow. One of my work colleagues had mentioned that they had gone on a walk to Loch Humphry (from Kilpatrick on the north bank of the Clyde, right next to the Erskine Bridge). With a week off approaching and with a mind to going to Lochwinnoch, i decided to try and do this.

Lowlands: Kilpatrick Hills, 1 October 2020, F/11.0, 1/100s, ISO 200, 36mm

Coming Down: Kilpatrick Hills, 1 October 2020, F/9.0, 1/400s, ISO 200, 18mm

There is a path to Loch Humphry, i’ve checked this on various map apps (and have subsequently checked this) but i took a wrong turn, or specifically a right, upwards turn. As the turn i took was steep and challenging. I was knackered by about half way up. Having said that, i did get some rather good landscape pictures.

Down The River… ; Kilpatrick Hills (looking west), 1 October 2020, F/8.0, 1/400, ISO 200, 25mm

Erskine Bridge from the Kilp[atrick Hills, 1 October 2020, F/10.0, 1/60s, ISO 200, 27mm

So, the moral of the story, do the prep. And I will be back, probably in the summer now (and when lockdown eases).

Turning Into Autumn: Kilpatrick Hills, 1 October 2020, F/11.0, 1/160s, ISO 200, 20mm

Published by Allan Moore

Paisley born, work in finance, used to write dispatches from Paisley but now looking to showcase my photography.

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