Approaching the Cuillins and having some snacks
The serrated skyeline of the Cuillins
After a voyage of 2.5 hours, Tun rushes for the burn
Gradually the clouds around the summit of Bruach na Frithe became thicker and we decided to retrace our steps so as not to get lost in the mist.
Two geological epochs in one stone
The liberation that comes from not setting any objectives
Cuillins at 9:00PM
Wet and windy NW Skye
Persistent rain and gale force wind
Jurassic escarpments on the far northern side of Trotternish
On top of it, more than 100m above sea level, the bothy "The Lookout", barely visible on the photo. The lower part of the peninsula is the northernmost part of Skye, called Rubha Hùinis.
Highland bulls seen from the other side of the fence