Mi-mheall Breac - (The) dappled eminence or hill with many peaks and hollows. MacLeod translates as “the spotted mid-fell”. 5660 8930
Mi-mheall Breac seascape No. 1 – A view from the west with the hill in question lying directly in the centre of the image above the Am Miadar and Tràigh a Mhiadair. Uamh nan Gruagach lies along the shoreline on the right of the image. The left of the image, on the horizon, captures the shadowed fall of the Feadan an Fhèidh from Dubh Bheinn.