A nice Atlantic swell rolling into Machir Bay with the waves breaking as they approach Kilchoman Beach. In the foreground what was visible of the wreck of the Patti in June 2017, the water swilling around the boiler.
One of the lowest tides I can recall in Machir Bay, possibly the lowest I’ve ever experienced. On the left the wreck of the Patti sticking out of the sand, I estimate the water was at least 50 metres (one Olympic swimming pool I believe is the standard comparison) away. Normally it’s just a few feet away from the wreck at low tide. Taken on the last day of my June holiday on Islay.