This is the view back up the Keils peninsula with the Sound of Jura on the left. The islands of Jura and Scarba are visible. There was once a ferry to Jura from this peninsula.
This is the view from the southern tip of the peninsula, with only a few skerries between here and Ireland about 75 miles away.
We’ve had a stunning weekend in Argyll, and this was from a walk out yesterday evening after supper. We’re getting to that point in the year where long evenings make evening expeditions worthwhile.
Just a wee bit of messing around.
On the quay at Marseille.
The stapler showing its characterful side.
A little something from the desktop.
A detail from the stained glass window depicting the Nativity at Bellanoch Church. See link for the whole picture.
Taken in Cabriès last summer.
This figurine of a goddess can be found in the clock tower in Cabriès. The horseshoe looks small enough to be from a donkey. Come to that, the goddess looks pissed-off, almost as if she’s been raped by a deity.
Another reminder of last summer in France.
Another summer photo from last year, when we were in France. This was taken in Cabriès.