For this month’s print, I’m recalling a photo trip from 2010 when I caught the ferry to the “Queen of the Hebrides” the Isle of Islay where I spent a few days overlooking Loch Indaal at Port Charlotte.
Loch Gruinart is perhaps one of the most beautiful parts of Islay offering stunning views combined with unique wildlife and rare birds.  Here I was as close to the Antrim coast of Ireland as I was to the mainland of Scotland.
The coastal scenery around the Rinns is very impressive, particularly at Killinallan Point where this view was photographed.  A beautiful and lonely headland at the far northeast of Loch Gruinart, Killinallan Point consists of a dune system with very interesting wind shaped sand figures and beautiful beaches surrounding the point.  It’s typically the place where the tides from the Atlantic Ocean meet the water in Loch Gruinart and from where the many Barnacle Geese can be seen first when they return to Islay for the winter.
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