The view this afternoon from the viewpoint above Bellanoch, overlooking the Add estuary and out to the islands of Scarba and Mull.
Fish boxes stacked on the Isle of Lismore. Some from Scotland, some from Ireland and some further afield.
Sea pinks or thrift on the wee tidal island of Eilean Trenach off Port Ramsay on the Isle of Lismore.
The row of old cottages in Port Ramsay, Isle of Lismore.
We’re over on Lismore for a long weekend with friends and staying in Port Ramsay, looking out over the Lynn of Lorne. This is last night’s sunset.
It’s been another warm, dry day here in Argyll, with beautiful blue skies and good clarity. This is a new viewpoint for me, looking up Loch Awe from close to the entrance to Ford Bay. The sail of the small dinghy picks up from the rythmn of the three headlands.
Another dreich day in old Argyll, so something from my desk will have to do.
I’ve just installed Photoshop, so this is first attempt at an edit using that.
Tree roots growing around slabs of natural rock. Taken by the old mill on the Taynish National Nature Reserve in Knapdale.
A wee clump of primroses on the Taynish National Nature Reserve in Knapdale this weekend.
A robin singing in a tree by Loch Barnluasgan in North Knapdale this afternoon.