Tag Inner Hebrides

Radiant Rainbows.

Unfortunately, we always have to endure at least some part of a storm before we have the opportunity to see these beautiful multicoloured arcs of light in the sky.  Rainbows occur when it’s both raining and the sun is shining… Continue Reading →

British islands, off an island off an island

British islands …. with such an unusual title I will start by trying to explain exactly what I mean. It’s easier if I start at the end of the title with the last mention of an island where I am… Continue Reading →

Britain’s Wonderful Wrecks – Part 2

Doesn’t time fly. You may recall that a while back I wrote about some of Britain’s Wonderful Wrecks I had come across on my photo trips and I promised you more; well almost eight months on here they are starting… Continue Reading →

Britain’s Wonderful Wrecks

In the Autumn of last year I published an article on Britain’s Historic Harbours and following on from that I thought it worth taking a look at some of Britain’s wonderful wrecks I have discovered on my journey around the… Continue Reading →

The Marvel of Mull

Back in 2010, I made my first visit to the Isle of Mull and unfortunately since then I have not had the opportunity to return. The Isle of Mull is the second-largest island of the Inner Hebrides and has an… Continue Reading →

Island Hopping – Inner Hebrides

A couple of months back I posted about the Outer Hebrides so this time it’s the inner Hebrides turn. They are separated from the Outer Hebrides by The Minch to the north and the Sea of the Hebrides to the… Continue Reading →

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