A view from the road between Ballygrant and Keills on a rainy day on Islay, the Paps of Jura just visible in the rain in the distance.
Possibly the most difficult one to take a picture of during my red phone boxes on Islay documentation project, the one in Keills. Unfortunately it is surrounded by rather unsightly recycling containers and other things, so finding a nice angle was a challenge. This was the best I could manage, including a view towards the hills in the east of Islay.
A follow up to the Port Askaig, Keills and Bowmore seen from Jura picture I posted recently. There someone asked where Caol Ila was. This view from the summit of Beinn an Oir, the highest of the Paps of Jura at 785m, shows both Port Askaig and Caol Ila at the Sound of Islay with Keills further back inland. I’m not entirely sure what the loch on the top left is, but I think it’s Loch nan Cadhan.