In this large watercolour Cameron used a restrained palette to create a feeling of solitude and serenity as the evening light fades. This drawing was probably made in 1905, two years after Cameron moved into his new house `Dun Eaglais? in Kippen. The house had spectacular views of the Forth Valley and Trossachs to the north, and the Garunnock Hills and Stirling Castle to the east. The ever-changing Stirlingshire landscape was probably the source for this watercolour. Cameron first exhibited this work at the Royal Watercolour Society?s Spring Exhibition in 1905. A similar composition, also dating from around 1905, is in the Fleming-Wyfold Collection, London.