The Island of Mull

Although not as well known internationally as its northern neighbour, the Isle of Skye, the Island of Mull is sure to capture the imagination of all who visit. Apart from its spectacular scenery, it is an island that just reeks of history. Obviously populated in ancient times, prehistoric relics such as standing stones, cairns and forts tell of a culture lost in the mists of time.

I do hope that these photographs taken on beautiful summer days will give you a sense of this magnificent part of Scotland.

Arrival of passenger ship at Tobermory in 1972

Evening at Tobermory

Beach at Loch Buie

Stone circle at Lochbuie, Ben Buie in the background

Looking west across Loch na Keal to the Cliffs of Gribun

The Cliffs of Ardmeanach from Bunnessan

Old boat at Kinloch

Puffins on the Island of Lunga

Evening sky over the Treshnish Isles

Cormorant with Dutchman's Cap (Bac Mór) in the distance

Duart Castle

Ben More from Loch na Keal

Highland cattle at Kilfinichen Bay on Loch Scridain

View to Mull from Iona

Evening light on Loch na Keal, Ben More in the background

Ben More and A' Chioch from the south near Kinloch

Prehistoric Standing Stone at Kilninian

The Sound of Ulva and Eorsa Isle

The Treshnish Isles from Ulva

Sunset over Tobermory Bay

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