Beaches on Islay can get busy. Especially when the cattle and sheep decide it’s time for a walk on the beach. Seen here at the top of Loch Indaal at low tide.
A slightly older picture (the causeway has been widened since) of Kennacraig on a sunny April afternoon. A West Coast Motors coach is arriving in time for the Islay ferry MV Isle of Arran (now a relief boat) coming in.
A panoramic view of the beach at Killinallan Point, at the entrance to Loch Gruinart. The dunes at Ardnave on the left, on the other side of Loch Gruinart. Hills in the north of Islay in the distance on the right.