This photo, the first of a sequence of eighteen, shows telephoto images of the panorama from the Campbells Mountain Look-Off, panning from left to right. This first view to the southeast is the furthest east that one can see from the look-off. Whycocomagh Mountain is obscured at the far left and mostly out of the photo’s scope; Salt Mountain occupies the left and centre of the photo. MacInnis Island is the long narrow island in Whycocomagh Bay to the right of Salt Mountain, while Indian Island can be seen below the slopes of Skye Mountain at the right—one has to look carefully as the island at first glance appears to be part of the slopes. As can be seen, the clouds were quite low in that direction, though it does seem to have stopped misting there.
This photo was taken about a half hour after the preceding one and shows that the sun actually made it through the clouds and was shining on the ground below! The clouds have also lifted considerably, allowing the eastern face of Skye Mountain to be seen rising above the Whycocomagh Road whose sharp curve appears to the right of centre. The diagonal cleft running from the centre to the upper left of the photo was carved by the Indian River (sometimes referred to as Bridgend Brook in older sources); the Whycocomagh road runs to the east and above the river in this area. The Indian River enters the Skye River just before the latter empties into Whycocomagh Bay outside the scope of this view (its mouth is obscured by trees in the previous view).