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Day 4 continued…
We arrived at Neist point mid afternoon which allowed plenty of time for me to walk down the multitude of stairs and follow the path to the lighthouse. I spent some time around the lighthouse trying to get soime decent shots of all the birds that continously flew past. On the way back I had to climb up the 240 feet of stairs to get back up to the car park.
Cameron has once again provided a video of our days activities from the view towards the old man of Storr, The Quiraing, Staffin Bay and finally the view from the cliffs looking down towards Neist Point.
We were very lucky with the sunset as the lack of clouds made the conditions perfect for the last rays of the setting sun to light up the cliffs of An t-Aigeach and the lighthouse as well.
A picture from a couple of days ago. We went for a walk around the ‘Rig of the Jarkness’ which is a ridge up in the hills above Glentrool. There wasn’t much to show from the walk, photographically speaking, apart from this panorama looking down Glen Trool towards Loch Trool.
Another shot from Sundays sunset at Portencross. This is the landscape format version of the previous image. I think I now prefer this one to the portrait version.
Todays archive post is from 2007. Just after sunrise at Knapps Loch, the mist was slowly rising into the calm dawn light as I captured these three boats perfectly placed.
A sunset taken from the North Shore, Ardrossan. I am lucky to be only about 3 miles from here, so if the sunset is looking as if it would be good, I can get out for an hour or so to capture it. In the distance is the Isle of Arran.