Signs of life in a graveyard. The weather was fine for walking. Warm and sunny with hardly a breath of wind. Thus it was we set out for Gott Bay and Kirkapol. (Mouseover for titles – double click for larger pictures) At Kirkapol there are three redundant church buildings. The earliest church building dates back […]Read more "Signs of Life"
Tiree specialises in spectacular sunsets. Low lying and with big skies no matter where you live on the island sunsets are special. At the west end of the island the sun sets over the Atlantic Ocean, here on the east we have the ‘Big Bay’ (Gott Bay) and the Passage of Tiree. Coming and going […]Read more "The Sounds of Sunset"
This evening saw a full moon rise over Tiree. It is known as the Lenten Full Moon. Appearing during Lent. My first attempt at a photograph was bright enough. However, it lacked any detail. So still learning. Several attempts later I at last managed to capture some detail but by now the cold northerly wind was […]Read more "Lenten Full Moon"
A few days ago on the Mainland, it was a great encouragement to join with hundreds in praise of God and at the same time to be reminded of his compassion for the poor, the vulnerable and the refugee. However, it was good to be back home on Tiree today and to join with others in […]Read more "Amazing Artistry"
With the sun set and the moon out the Mighty Clansman made its unusual second appearance of the day at Tiree. With the MV Lord of the Isles failing to berth at either Coll or Tiree, in fact limping back to Oban at a fraction of her normal speed, the Clansman was diverted on her […]Read more "Mission Accomplished"