Loch Lurgainn, by Stac Pollaidh, Coigach. Near Ullapool. sunrise photography bby marc hilton

Stac Pollaidh Dawn


Stac Pollaidh, by loch Lurgainn before sunrise in Winter, with a light covering of snow over the mountain.


Stac Pollaidh

Stac Pollaidh, sitting next to loch Lurgainn is a small mountain in the Coigach area of the north west Highlands of Scotland. Known as a Graham in Scotland, at just over 600 meters.


  • Each print comes with an added 1 cm white border to the Hahnemuhle & Fuji Crystal DP II.
  • The canvas will come at a depth of 4 cm.
  • If you would like in another size or different depth, get in touch with us via the contact.



Photos on Hahnemühle paper are particularly high-quality. The authentic art paper is regarded as top of the line. Often used for exhibitions and limited-edition art prints. The premium print using Epson UltraChrome Pro pigments ensures the finest tonal gradation. Six colours and three shades of black provide all the nuances and emphasise every detail. We will reproduce at an ultra-high resolution of 1,440 dpi with perfect grey balance. Extremely long-lasting colour that is true to the original.

Fuji Crystal DP II

Fuji Crystal DP II is a high-quality, brand-name paper. It produces vibrant colors and great contrast. Fuji Crystal DP II is Fujicolor’s leading photo paper for gallery prints. This photo paper has an extremely wide color gamut, and is non-fade for at least 75 years.

Glossy Canvas on Stretcher Frame

We wrap your glossy canvas on a high-quality stretcher frame made out of sustainably sourced spruce. Your photo canvas stands out through its rich colours; deep, dark tones; and strong contrasts – all thanks to digital latex printing. The high resolution and precise hues give your canvas picture a detailed appearance. The colours on the printed canvas do not run and are therefore very durable.

Additional information


Canvas, Print – Fuji Crystal DP II Paper, Print – Hahnemühle Paper


120×80, 90×60, 60×40, 30×20


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