Tag Inner Hebrides

Astonishing Abandoned Places

Unfortunately, I am still having to find images from the archives for these posts but hoping that I will soon be able to get out and continue my journey around the British Isles even if in the short term they… Continue Reading →

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 →

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