The Isle of Mull: Landscapes and Wildlife

Bunessan village, Isle of Mull


Some of Mull’s scenery [9 photos]:

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- The Sound of Mull is the stretch of water between Mull’s east coast and the Scottish mainland; Ardalanish is a sandy beach in the south of the island, near the village of Bunessan; from Balmeanach and Ulva Ferry there are wonderful views of Loch na Keal and the Treshnish Isles – especially at sunset.


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About Jonathan Campion
JONATHAN CAMPION is a British travel writer, copy editor and Russian-language translator. He now lives in London, after spending four years working and travelling in the Former Soviet Union. Jonathan writes for Ukraine International Airlines' "Panorama" magazine, Mailer Report, and Russia Beyond The Headlines. His writing has also been published in the book 'The Expeditioner's Guide to the World', on the Guardian newspaper's travel pages, and in print and online travel magazines. Twitter: @jonathancampion. Email:

4 Responses to The Isle of Mull: Landscapes and Wildlife

  1. Sudhindra Haldodderi says:

    I have been following your blog for sometime. The photographs you click are a feast to the eyes and I appreciate your sense of capturing the wonderful moments. I am Professor of Aerospace Engineering in India, though not a photographer, but appreciate good photographs.

  2. Cat says:

    Well you know I pay a lot more attention to your talent than the camera :)

  3. Artswebshow says:

    these are some excellent shots.
    You have a good camera

    • Thank you. I’d like to think that the photos didn’t just turn out well because of the camera!


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