In the past few years, clearing dead white spruce has opened up a new vista from the Whycocomagh Port Hood Road along the stretch where the MacKinnon Road joins it near the boundary between Glencoe Mills and Dunakin. I stop there frequently for the lovely views.
Photo #1 looks to the north northwest at Cape Mabou, which runs across most of this photo at the horizon, concealed only on the far left by the descending slope of Southwest Ridge (Mabou Ridge). In the original, the windmill on Cape Mabou is clearly visible, though its light colour blends into the sky; in this compressed version, it is much harder to make out, but if you look against the sky about a third of the way in from the right you might see it (it is directly above the biggest fork in the diagonal branch that has intruded its way into the right of the photo).
Photo #2 shows a pretty red tree along the side of the road where I stopped that took my eye; it is still in the process of changing, as a close look at its leaves reveals.