A view during a walk around the north of Islay, from Gortantaoid all the way along the coast to Bunnahabhain. A burn (not sure of its name) flowing through a deep gully just south of Mala Bholsa (in the background on the right). Colonsay visible on the horizon.
After climbing the top of Sgarbh Breac on a walk in the north of Islay I made my way to the north coast, approaching it from the hills. Admittedly it being a panorama exaggerates the effect, but I quite like how the hills on the left and right frame the picture here. In the distance on the left is Mala Bholsa (127m), below us just right of centre is the beach outside Bholsa caves. On the horizon on the right you can just make out Oronsay and Colonsay.