Monday, 30 May 2016

Reds and Hoodies! Isle of Mull...16/04/2016

Reds being the delightful Red Deer seen as we drove to our accommodation in Pennyghael at the head of Loch Scridain.
Hooded Crows were also seen en-route and what a splendid looking Crow they are too! We were to see numerous during the week long stay!

The views along the way were totally awesome and breathtaking! Such vast and ever changing expanses of land were visible as we made our way along the ever changing road with it's twisting, straight, long and winding road.

 


 

 
You never know what is around the corner! Aren't they lovely?
 
 
Loch Scridain is a 15 km (9 mile) long sea loch.
 
To be continued after my short trip to Cornwall.....tis a hard life!
 
 
 

6 comments:

  1. Nice pictures of a beautiful part of the world. The Hoodie is the emblem of my local town of Royston where, I'm told, they used to be plentiful. Not so today - they rarely venture within 100 miles of the place.

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  2. They were a first sighting for me John! That is interesting to know they are the emblem of Royston, maybe they will return sometime in the future.

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  3. Lovely to see the Highlands again Pam, such vast beauty truly blows your mind doesn't it!
    Super pics, I love the Highland Cattle image especially!

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  4. I was truly 'gobsmacked' at the vast beauty of the highlands Ruth! I am pleased you enjoyed the images, bringing happy memories of your Highland holidays to mind no doubt.

    I have lots more to add...given time. lol

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  5. Hello
    fantastic images, great scenery ...
    greetings frank

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  6. Thank you very much for your kind comment Frank.

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