Back from Sanna

We got back from Ardnamurchan late yesterday night. It took us twelve hours going the long way home via the north side of the peninsula towards the Sound of Arasaig and stopping every half hour to take in the stunning Lochaber scenery.  The weather throughout the week was generally kind so we were able to make the most of daylight.

Beach runs up to set of small white cottages and  of the coast over deep blue sea are three Islands in the distance

Sanna Bay in Ardnamurchan. The Small Inner Isles of the Inner Hebrides are just off the coast. From left to right they are Muck,Rhum,Eigg. ©Mhairi Carroll

We are processing all the images taken as we travelled round this remote part of Scotland. Above is one of Sanna Bay taken last Wednesday. We stayed mostly in the western part of Ardnamurchan between the famous lighthouse and Ben Hiant. We took a quick boat trip on the Kilchoan – Tobermory ferry (only £8.50 return without the car).

Mhairi is sitting on a dry stone wall in front of a cottage with a corrugated metal roof which is red and the cottage also has a bright green door

Mhairi takes a break at the colourful abandoned cottages at Ockle. ©Paul Carroll 2013

Over the rest of this week we will be adding new pictures to our Ardnamurchan gallery.

About photographicviewscotland

Photographers of Scotland's landscape and remote places and arts and craft makers. Mhairi is also making needle felted animals under the name of the Woof in the Wool. We live in Abernethy in Perthshire, Scotland.
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