A hill that always fascinates me, Mala Bholsa in the north of Islay. While not very high (127m) it has great view from the summit. This view is from Ardnave Point, using a strong telephoto lens.
No idea what kind of rocks these are, but I found them quite interesting, some nice shapes and waves in them. Found on a beach on the west side of Loch Gruinart at Ardnave. Mala Bholsa visible in the distance in the centre, one of the Paps of Jura towards the right.
A view north east from the Ardnave dunes, looking out over the mouth of Loch Gruinart at low tide. Killinallan Point visible on the other side of the loch. One of the Paps of Jura on the horizon behind the hills on Islay. Mala Bholsa visible in the distance on the left, Jura behind it.