Jura’s Beinn a’ Chaolais with Islay in the background

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Picture of the summit of a mountain with steep slopes and scree
Jura’s Beinn a’ Chaolais with Islay in the background

A view from Beinn an Oir on a sunny but hazy June day. The summit of Beinn a’ Chaolais, the lowest of the three Paps Of Jura. Behind it the Sound of Islay with Islay itself stretching out into the distance, the Oa towards the left.

The Mull of Oa and the Irish coast from the Rhinns of Islay

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The Mull of Oa and the Irish coast from the Rhinns of Islay

A mostly cloudy June morning on the Rhinns of Islay, somewhere south of Port Charlotte. The view is out over Loch Indaal to the Mull of Oa with the American Monument. The Irish coast visible in the distance across the North Channel.

Port an Eas waterfall from above, Isle of Islay

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Picture of a waterfall seen from above just as it drops down a cliff
Port an Eas waterfall from above, Isle of Islay

A view of the waterfall at Port an Eas from the top, just as the burn drops down over the edge of the steep cliffs. Having arrived at the bottom the water collects in a burn to flow across the beach into the sea south of Islay.