Tuesday, 17 April 2018

A catch up of April

The Ensay Burn from above.

Traigh na cille beach with Ben More in the background.

The Magnolia in full flower, before a storm blew all her flowers away. 

The Ensay Burn beach.

Looking beyond the Point towards Calgary and Rum.


Over the headland towards Calgary.

Sheltering from the wind.

Putting the sheep through the fank before lambing begins.

The full moon at sunrise.

Loch na Keal.

Pony trekking at Killienchronan.

Greylags at Traigh na cille.

Treshnish Headland.

Always romantic...

Sunset over Coll.

Shian and Duill chimney pots.

The first pair of Herdwick lambs.

Out of hibernation.

Primrose time of year.

Walter has a haircut.

Twin blackface lambs.

Alice, nine years old.

Soft sunset at Haunn.

Over Coll.

Misty April morning.

Calgary in full bright sunshine.


Dust bathing.

Monday, 2 April 2018

Port Haunn

This calm weather has given me some good flying opportunities for the drone.   Easter Saturday sunset and a walk to Port Haunn on Easter Sunday - enforced time off for Farmer!

This is at Port Haunn looking at Gometra.  You can just make out the Paps of Jura in the distance.

Looking in towards Port Haunn from the Treshnish Isles side!

And then looking up towards Rum, past Dun Haunn and the Point.

Ben More looking lovely in April sunshine.

This is the Fort at Port Haunn.

Evening light on the Treshnish Cottages.

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