I've had several complete washouts in Glen Coe, so to get a nice temperature inversion on Beinn a' Chrulaiste for two mornings in a row was, I've decided, reward for my persistence.
As great as it feels to be above a sea of cloud, inversions often don't make for great landscape photography conditions, essentially being just blue sky days. There was enough going on here in the sky to keep me occupied though.
I would have liked to include the whole of the cloud cap on Stob Dearg, but going any wider meant losing more of the scale of hill. Photography is often about compromise.