In this magnificent view, the Whycocomagh Road sweeps past Ferguson Road at the left and continues on towards Glencoe Mills through the valley formed by the Kewstoke Brook, which also marks the westernmost edge of Skye Mountain. After curving around the lower foot of Skye Mountain, the road turns back through that valley, seen in the centre of the photo at the base of the mountain in the upper centre of the middle ground of the photo, only to curve again to the right, cross the bridge over the Kewstoke Brook that marks the roughly half-way point between Whycocomagh and Glencoe Mills, and wriggle its way up the other side of that mountain towards Dunakin. I am not sure about the identity of the peak one sees just right of centre in the near background; I believe it lies east of Upper Glencoe and, if that be correct, its height on the topographical map is greater than 280 m (918 ft). The hills just to the right of the peak in the far background are the Creignish Hills, which rise above St Georges Bay, hiding it from view here; the ridge at the far right also belongs to the Creignish Hills, but it lies inland of St Georges Bay between Upper Southwest Mabou and Judique.
The Whycocomagh Road is now at the left; I do not know what the road just right of centre is: the South Side Roseburn Road meets the Whycocomagh Road at the same point as Ferguson Road, but it generally runs parallel with the Roseburn Road and is considerably shorter, whereas the wiggly road seen here, not shown on the topographical map, runs perpendicular to the Roseburn Road. Another mystery to explore! Also, note left of centre in the far distance a very faint road which climbs vertically up a ridge; this view is too far to the southwest to be the road which climbs up from Glencoe Mills Parish Hall to cross the ridge and come down at Upper Southwest Mabou—it must be somewhere near Hillsdale or Judique. Yet another mystery!