A panoramic view of the dunes on the west side of Ardnave. Nave island in the distance on the left.
Seen from Ardnave Point, a good number of seals on the pebble beach on Nave Island just off Islay.
One of the closest views you can get of the chapel with a chimney on Nave Island from Islay, taken with a strong telephoto lens from Ardnave Point. After the chapel was abandoned around 250 years ago kelp burners (to obtain soda ash) set up in the chapel, adding the chimney.