Last Light, First Light - Looking across Briaghlann to Ardnamurchan Lighthouse, Ardnamurchan
With the sun well below the horizon the last light of a glorious sunset fades from the sky and the first light from Ardnamurchan Lighthouse begins to flash a warning to passing sea vessels.
Pink Ribbon - Looking across Briaghlann to Ardnamurchan Lighthouse, Ardnamurchan
Shortly after the sun dips below the western horizon, the last of its light creates a ribbon of pink in the clear sky between the sea and the clouds.
Wave Symphony IV - Ardnamurchan Lighthouse from Dubh Rubha Mor, Ardnamurchan
Sitting on the rocks at the north end of Dubh Rubha Mor, listening to the crashing of the waves and watching the sun set on Ardnamurchan Lighthouse is such an awe-inspiring experience.
Wave Symphony III - Ardnamurchan Lighthouse from Dubh Rubha Mor, Ardnamurchan
Wave Symphony II - Ardnamurchan Lighthouse from Dubh Rubha Mor, Ardnamurchan
Wave Symphony I - Ardnamurchan Lighthouse from Dubh Rubha Mor, Ardnamurchan
Turning Red - Sailean Dubh, Ardtoe, Ardnamurchan
A near full moon begins to its transformation from white, to orange, to red as it falls towards the horizon a way out to the west.
Moss Dawning I - Kentra Moss, Gobshealach, Ardnamurchan
The start of a winter's day, looking over a frosty Kentra Moss while waiting for the sun to rise from behind Ben Resipole.
Eigg Moonset - Sailean Dubh, Ardtoe, Ardnamurchan
On an late February morning, a near full moon sets behind the Isle of Eigg, filling the sky with gold and pink.
West Highland Line II - Kentra Bay, Arivegaig, Ardnamurchan
A fine February morning at Kentra Bay. Ben Resipole in the distance, beyond the powerlines taking electricity to the houses along the northern coast of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula.
West Highland Line I - Kentra Bay, Arivegaig, Ardnamurchan
Almost Gone - Kentra Bay, Arivegaig, Ardnamurchan
A fine February morning at Kentra Bay with the high tide approaching and the water levels rising to cover the last few parts of the salt marsh.
Morning on the Marsh - Kentra Bay, Arivegaig, Ardnamurchan
A beautiful late winter morning at Kentra Bay with a slight covering of ice on the water in the salt marsh.
Moss Frost - Kentra Moss, Arivegaig, Ardnamurchan
On a cold February morning, frost sits on the tussocks of grass that cover Kentra Moss, while the sun begins to rise from behind Ben Resipole.
Blue Moon I - Kentra Bay Slipway, Gobshealach, Ardnamurchan
The January 2018 Super Blue Blood Moon over Kentra Bay in the morning Blue Hour, just before sunrise.
Three Islands - Dun Ghallain, Laga, Ardnamurchan
The view from the hillside above Dun Ghallain looking West over Loch Sunart to the three islands of Carna, Risga and Oronsay (from front to back).
The Golden Dun - Dun Ghallain, Laga, Ardnamurchan
The bay in front of Dun Ghallain has a real golden feel to it, what with its winter foliage and the warm light coming from the sun as it sets behind the Isle of Carna and the westernmost point of Morvern.
Distant Peak - Druim Tarsuinn from Camas Torsa, South of Salen, Ardnamurchan
Behind the western flank of Beinn Resipole, Druim Tarsuinn sits some 18km distant from the shoreline at Camas Torsa, from where this picture was taken
Sunart Rock - Loch Sunart, Camas Torsa, Salen, Ardnamurchan
A rock on the foreshore at Camas Torsa gets gradually covered by the rising tide in Loch Sunart as the sun rises to the east of Ben Resipole.
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