Sunday, June 2, 2013

Onward To Islay


Most of our time was spent on Islay (pronounced Eye-la), a beautiful, untamed island in the Southern Hebrides. Visiting Islay is like turning back the clock; steeped in legend, its history spans many centuries. The countryside is wild and rugged, and the wind is a relentless companion. We began our Islay adventure with a walk through scenic Bridge End, followed by a drive on the Oa, where we were transfixed by twilight views of Carraig Fhada Lighthouse and the Old Church Cemetery at Kilnaughton Bay.

Dry Stone Wall, Bridge End

Pond, Bridge End

Old Church Cemetery, Kilnaughton Bay

Carraig Fhada Lighthouse, Kilnaughton Bay






3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Stunning! Your travelogue of images from Scotland is nothing less than amazing. The sights and colors and imaginative presentation demands repeated viewing. Thanks for sharing.

Linda said...

Love your photo's of Scotland. Bring back memories :)

Kathy said...

Thanks, Linda - see you soon!