Month: July 2019

Last day to Chanonry Point (22/07/2019)

This group of 7 dolphins was late to arrive but they’ve done a great show. Especially the youngest very playfull

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Dolphins and squirrel

Another morning at Chanonry Point. And the afternoon spent at Loch Garten, a beautiful walk in forest with birds and squirrels.

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Chanonry Point and Tollie Red Kites

A day spent with some of beautiful animals composed the great variety of wildlife in Scotland. Back again to Chanonry Point and finally dolphins are here again. And on the afternoon, back to Tollie Red Kites with these amazing creatures.

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Faraid Head and Balnakeil Bay (12/07/2019)

A walk on the beautiful beaches of Balnakeil Bay and encounter with puffins on the cliffs of Faraid Head. On the return passing by Ardvreck Castle and its deers

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A walk to Loch Glendhu

Landscape of Kylesku and Loch Glendhu with new friends

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Waterfalls day

Magical day in three different places. The 2 first pictures were taken at Kirkaig Falls, the 3rd at Clashnessie Falls. And finally Wailing Widow Falls near Unapool

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Red kites

RSPB Tollie Red Kites today

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Arrived to Ullapool

Low activity at Chanonry Point yesterday. But the day has finished by a beautiful sunset at Rhue Lighthouse

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A lovely encounter today on Mull

Focused to admire  a white tailed eagle, my concentration was disturbed by this beautiful creature who spied me (and the role will be inverted !)

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