[tl:gallery index=0 size=113×139]Liz Paterson is art editor of Practical Motorhome. She’s the one who designs the magazine and chooses which pictures we publish. She has toured all over the UK and mainland Europe in motorhomes down the years, overseeing our photoshoots. This is her new blog series ‘Picture of the Week,’ in which she selects a striking image from our picture library archive.


Photograph by

Tim Andrew

Where in the World?

Near Invermoriston, Scotland’s Central Highlands

When was it published?

October 2005

What Motorhome?

Bürstner T-Delfin Performance 700

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Why tour here?

Our Nigel Donnelly said:

“The area we had decided to tour is centred around a geological quirk known as the Great Glen Fault. The fault occurred when two of the plates that form the earth’s surface slipped, and formed this huge glen. It is over 70 miles long, runs from Inverness on the Moray Firth to Fort William at the head of Loch Linnhe, and cleaves the Scottish Highlands in two.”


Previous ‘Pictures of the Week’

No.1: Polignano a Mare, Puglia, Italy

No.2: Waterville, Ring of Kerry, Ireland

No.3: Burnsall, Yorkshire Dales

No.4: Portovenere, Italian Riviera

No.5: Sighisoara, Romania

No.6: Forest of Dean, UK

No.7: The view from the road between Trento and Bolzano, Italy

No.8: Waiting for the Rødbyhavn ferry, Denmark

No.9: Winnat’s Pass, Peak District

No.10: Start Point Lighthouse, Start Bay, Devon