This view is from a bit further up Cape Mabou Road than the one seen previously, but, like it, is a hair west of south and shows the Creignish Hills between Glencoe and Judique in the gap in the centre of the photo.
The Cape Mabou Road twists around the terrain as it climbs. On the left side of the road, there are frequent tree-obscured glimpses of the Gulf of St Lawrence in the distance, but most are only that. This one is better than most, though my camera seems to have focussed on the plants in the foreground and not on the Gulf beyond. Given the turns, I am not positive precisely which direction this is, but it would be either to the west towards Finlay Point or to the northwest towards MacKinnons Brook. These trees are on the edge of a ravine, so one doesn’t want to get too close to the edge.