Taynuilt and Historic Loch Awe

Cost: £150.00 per person.

  • Full Day Tour - 8 hours.
  • Maximum of 3 participants.
  • Under 16's free with accompanying paying adult.
  • A mounted 12"x8" fine art print of your favourite photo from the tour.
  • Lunch for all paying guests.
  • Transport and ferry costs whilst on tour.

       Start Time: 9.00am

       Finish Time: 5.00pm

       Meeting Point: Clock Tower outside Oban Station

This picturesque village is home to the Bonawe Iron Furnace on the shores of Loch Etive. The furnace produced cannon balls that were fired during the Napoleonic wars of early 1800.

Loch Awe is Scotland's longest freshwater loch at just over 25 miles. The area has a particularly interesting history dating back to the 1300's. Add to this St. Conan's Kirk, a marvellous but eccentric blending of church styles from across the ages, and Kilchurn Castle established around 1450 you're guaranteed an unforgettable day's photography.

This tour will have a mixture of both indoor and outdoor photography with all the light challenges that brings. You will be testing your gear to its full potential and will come away with some stunning and original photographs.

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