Photo #1 forms, together with the next three photos, a connected and overlapping panorama at the same focal length looking across the Denys Basin from MacLeans Cove. In this view, the edge of MacLeans Cove can be seen extending out to the point at the left of the photo. The island across from the point is Black Island; the island at the right of the photo is MacLeans Island. The mountains in the far distance are the edge of the great southern interior plateau known variously as the Bornish Hills, the Big Ridge, and the Creignish Hills; Skye Mountain, River Denys Mountain, Camerons Mountain, McIntyres Mountain, and Creignish Mountain are all components of this plateau. The mountains behind the point at the left are in the vicinity of Upper River Denys, i.e., between River Denys Mountain and Skye Mountain.
Photo #2 looks to the right of photo #1, where the edge of Skye Mountain can be seen descending towards Waycobah at the centre of the photo. All of MacLeans Island is visible in this photo. The lower line of trees at the left and the right of the photo are the edge of the far shore of Denys Basin, a peninsula which leads out to a point known both as Stoney Point and MacLean Point. Behind it is the North Basin, a smaller body of water off Denys Basin with Orangedale at its west end and West Alba at its east end.
Photo #3 looks to the right of photo #2. Skye Mountain is at the far left; Whycocomagh Mountain fills most of the rest of the photo, with Salt Mountain the prominence at the centre of the photo. Left of centre, the “notch” that identifies Whycocomagh Mountain is just above the trees on the far shore.
Photo #4 looks past the eastern end of MacLeans Cove at the mountains running from Salt Mountain at the left to Lewis and Northside Mountains at the far right, with Whycocomagh Mountain in between.
Photo #5 is a telephoto view of the left half of photo #1, showing the amount of detail available from this vantage point with good optics, at least on a relatively hazeless day like this one. In the centre, you can plainly see Mountain Road, ascending into the mountains at Upper River Denys. The Bornish Hill Nature Reserve is located inland to the left of Mountain Road. So far as I can ascertain, the prominence at the left is unnamed; the topographical map just shows it as part of the Big Ridge. River Denys Mountain would be to its left and outside the scope of this photo.