The Amphitheatre Walk, Isle of Mull

The Amphitheatre Walk

Words and images from 29/03/2018 After the bird heavy escapades of yesterday, today was all about the hills. For a long time now we’ve had our eyes on a ring of peaks located west of the hill road above Torloisk, ancient formations which encircle an area of lowland creating an Read more…

Golden Eagle, Sea Eagle and Buzzard, Isle of Mull

Eagles, Eagles Everywhere

Words and images from 28/03/2018 The last few years have found me in the privileged position of being able to see Eagles almost on demand. Yes there may be a days travelling involved but I know exactly where to go and have as a result been witness to some truly Read more…

Oban to Craignure

Mull Here We Come

Words and images from 26/03/2018 It was minus two when we waved goodbye to the little corner of east Scotland which had been home for the past few days, sad to be leaving but excited for what lay ahead. On the ground a thick frost sat heavy but with the Read more…

West Lomond Trig Point

West Lomond and Bunnet Stane

Words and images from 24/03/2018 I was awoken this morning by the honking of Pink-footed Geese, a wonderful sound and the surest sign yet that we’d left Swansea far behind. At the foot of our bed bright morning sunlight streamed in through picture windows revealing a crystal clear sky of Read more…

Isle of Mull

Autumn on Mull Part 2

Halfway through our autumn getaway and rain continued to fall with alarming regularity. Every glimmer of brightness had to be seized upon immediately before it was snatched away again on the wind, not conducive to long walks but enough for us to at least get out and about. On Thursday Read more…