Landscapes

Ardminish bay Isle of Gigha

Landscapes


The Sound of Eriskay sun set, this view’s is more famous for the SS Politician which running aground on a sandbank on Eriskay in 1941

Looking towards the Kintyre Peninsula from the Isle of Gigha. The Hebridean Princess anchored in the sound of Gigha

A closer Look of the The Hebridean Princess anchored in the sound of Gigha. the Kintyre Peninsula in the background

Baleshare beech Isle of North Uist, just before sunset

Baleshare beech Isle of North Uist skirting Benbecula. beyond it are the mountains of South Uist.

Ardminish bay and the Gigha catwalk and pontoons and the Kintyre Peninsula in the distance

Prince Charlies Beech Isle of Eriskay

The Beauly Firth. It is the outlet for both the River Beauly and River Ness. The Beauly Firth is bounded at its western end by the Village of Beauly and its eastern end by Inverness where it Flows into the Moray Firth

Bunchrew is a small village in the Highland Council area of Scotland. It is around 3 miles west of Inverness, close to the south shore of the Beauly Firth on the A862. The village has a small caravan park and camping site.

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