In the heat and light of mid summer it is grey and solid , a struggle through knee deep rank heather to the top. Today it's a glittering, epic, alpine peak.
Curtains of snow have swept across the north face during the day, momentarily obscuring all but the highest point . Then after each new layer its back, brilliant and glistening. It may be just a "Corbett", less than 3,000' more than 2,500' but today, from the kitchen its a colossus among Scottish mountains.
I think I got a bit carried away there, its now disappeared completely in the murk