Bad Step Beach by Loch Coruisk, Isle of Skye.
Loch Coruisk with Sgurr na Stri above, the photographer described the beauty of the Cuillins as menacing. For me they are timeless, powerful, and rugged and even inspiring.
The puffin equivalent of going down to the pub.
Near the Isle of Canna in the Inner Hebrides, Scotland.
Loch Coruisk, Isle of Skye - where the mountains rise up to meet the clouds, time hangs on a sigh, and the sea is alight with rainbow fire.
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I’m never long away from this island, today was no different. I cannot get over how beautiful this is, a great photo but all the more so knowing it’s an ordinary beautiful day on the Isle of Skye. The boat you are looking at is the Misty Isle, boat trips for those who want to explore, departing from Elgol, desination - Loch Coruisk. If you want to see how old this earth really is, take a trip to Loch Coruisk - despite the many people that come to admire and photograph it every year, it feels untouched by time and ancient, which it is.
An invitation: For all of you who read my frequent Skye posts, where is your special place, what makes it so for you and why? Tell me about it and I’ll look for a stunning photo to go with any place you name and post your response.