Isle of Mull photo set: lochscapes, landscapes and scenery

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Old boat, Pennyghael

Old boat, Pennyghael

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Slideshow photographs:  Ardalanish beach; the island of Inch Kenneth; Foxgloves and the Paps of Jura; Answers on a postcard – Ardalanish; The Paps of Jura; Mull beach; Boat, Jura; Loch na Keal; Highland cows, Loch na Keal; Eas Fors waterfall; Old boat, Pennyghael.

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More posts from Mull: photo sets of the island’s puffins, other wildlife, and the town of Tobermory (all of my posts from Scotland: here)

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Isle of Mull photo set: Highland cows, white-tailed sea eagle and other wildlife

Some of the Isle of Mull’s beautiful animals and birds – albeit not in great focus: my Canon G9 is a lovely camera but it isn’t cut out for wildlife photography.

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Highland cows, road to Pennyghael

Highland cows, road to Pennyghael

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Slideshow photographs: Highland cows, road to Pennyghael; Cows, near Fionnphort; Pig, road to Pennyghael; Grey seal, Loch na Keal; Sheep, Ardalanish; White-tailed sea eagle, Laggan Bay; Greylag geese, Loch na Keal; Atlantic puffins, Staffa; Shags, Laggan Bay; Greenshank, Pennyghael.

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The Treshnish Talismen

The Treshnish Talismen

Atlantic Puffins on Lunga, one of the Treshnish Isles off the west coast of Scotland [8 photos]:

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The Isle of Mull: Landscapes and Wildlife

Bunessan village, Isle of Mull

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Some of Mull’s scenery [9 photos]:

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Highland Games

The Isle of Mull, June 2009

The Isle of Mull is an island in the Inner Hebrides, a few miles from the coast of western Scotland. On its northernmost point lies Tobermory, an adorable port town which is the setting for the BBC children’s program ‘Balamory’; at the very south of the island, generations of Scottish kings are buried at Iona Abbey. Between its heralded tips are forty square miles of raw nature: tranquil lochs, moody glens and rugged marshland that are dashing even under grey skies.

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Lochscapes: the Isle of Mull in photographs

A gallery of photographs taken on the Isle of Mull, and the smaller islands of Staffa and Lunga to its west, in June and July 2009.

Fishing boat, Pennyghael, Isle of Mull

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