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Applecross is a triangular peninsula between Loch Carron and Loch Torridon on the west coast of Scotland opposite the Isle of Skye. In all probability, the name is an Anglicised corruption of Aporcrosan, referring to the River Crossan (Abhainn Crosain) that flows into Applecross Bay. The gaelic name for the peninsula is A’ Chomraich, meaning ‘The Sanctuary’. This name relates to the monastery founded by St Maelrubha in the 7th century.
My Applecross collection
This Applecross gallery contains a variety of images from this romantic and remote area of western Scotland.
Should you wish to order Applecross prints or digital files, or to enquire about my Applecross collection in other formats please go to my contact page, quoting the catalogue code that appears at the end of the image caption.