Scottish sites

Down in the harbour visitors are crossing the lock to attend the harbour "open" day on the greensward above the beach.  Crew and guests from the Tall Ship Stad Amsterdam mingle with the locals and holiday makers around the harbour.
The ruins of the catherdral in St. Andrews and beside it St. Rules Church.
The Arm looks back across the harbour and up the hill to the catherdral, whilst out at sea the Tall ship Stad Amsterdam can be seen at anchor.
Elie inner harbour from the Arm.
Elie in Fife is situated on the East coast of Scotland and lies on the mouth Firth of Forth.
More visitors to Skye arrive up the ramp.
The Northern coast of Skye looks out to the Hebrides.Next stop is Stornoway Hebrides due North !
The approachs to the port across Loch Alsh to Mallai.
This War memorial looks out from the Waternish Peninsula across the Loch of Dunvegan to Dunvegan Head.
The Skye Yarn Company shop on the Waternish Peninsula of Skye.  Just out of the window is the garden where some of the dyes are grown.
The range of colours and shades available is mesmorising, and out the back in a series of vats the plain yarn can be seen being transformed into the finished products.
The Syke Yarn Companies shop garden which contains several of the plants used for dyeing the wool.
A yacht passes under the Skye bridge as we look across the Kyle of Loch Alsh.
The Kyle of Loch Alsh from the village of Kyleakin.
Uig from across the bay, a tranquil area to relax in!