This is going to be a picture heavy post for which I make no apologies. You can never get too many photos of beautiful Scottish countryside. We recently had a very enjoyable week on a coach holiday in Scotland touring some of the Western Isles.
The view from our window on the Isle of Mull.
The shore below our hotel.
A lovely evening walk along the shore and below, a handsome fellow taking his evening ease on a rock.
Looking across to Ben Nevis in the far distance from the Island of Mull.
We were privileged to watch these beautiful creatures from our bedroom window on our last night on Mull.
Above, the very beautiful Abbey on the island of Iona.
I have always wanted to visit the island of Iona and we were so lucky on the day we went that the weather was kind to us. High winds later in the week stopped us getting to Arran. This beautiful beach above and below was a fair distance from the quayside but it was well worth the effort of the walk.
These sands really were this white....
This beautiful line of seaweed is sure to inspire some future work.
And this is looking along the beach the other way. Couldn't you just spend hours here in this peaceful place?
These sheep are enjoying the sunshine on Adionra Croft. (Sunday: I apologise, if like me, you've clicked on the photo and got an eyeful of a certain sheep doing what comes naturally ;-) I hadn't noticed when I posted it. It gave me a laugh to start the day today!)
A beautiful bed of cottage flowers in an island hotel.
Above and below the harbour area and the Abbey as seen from the water.