A view of the ruined house at the historic seat of the Lords of the Isles at Finlaggan on Islay. Taken on the same beautiful July morning where I also took the view of the ruin from the air.
An unusual view of a small part of Finlaggan from the air, looking straight down. This is one of the better preserved ruins, believed to be a 16/17th century dwelling (also described as MacGilleasbuig’s house). On the right you can make out part of the foundations of the Great Hall, on the left the water of Loch Finlaggan.