ACHNASHELLACH - SCOTLAND, OCTOBER 28 2012: Hillwalker David Hetherington kicks up a spray of water whilst walking in Coire Grannda near Torridon in the North-West Highlands of Scotland

Part two of a planned two-day shoot near Torridon in North-West Scotland. The previous day we had snowy conditions on Beinn Damh and An Ruadh-Stac. As we descended to spend the night in Coire Fionnaraich bothy near Achnashellach, the warmer conditions melted the snow and it poured with rain overnight. Not that we noticed it. Soaking wet when we arrived at the bothy - and not looking forward to huddling over two 2 hour fire logs - we were more than pleasantly surprised to find a friend of ours, Andy Wadsworth, whilst spending the day mountain biking in the hills, had panniered over 5kg of coal for us. Exceptional.

The rain hadn't let up by morning so our plans to shoot as we made our way over two Corbetts on the way back to Glen Torridon were put on hold. We walked out, neither of us having seen as much water on the paths before (at one point, stepping stones proud of the water the night before were 4 inches under water and a loch had burst its banks over the path near the Bealach na Lice).