Day 307: Ardmore to Oldshoremore – Sundews & Tie-downs

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Scotland, Sutherland

Date of walk: 12/6/19

Ardmore Peninsula I, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Ardmore Peninsula II, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Ardmore Peninsula III, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Ardmore Peninsula IV, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

The inhospitable and subtly terrifying Ardmore peninsula. Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Ardmore Peninsula VI, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Ardmore Peninsula VII, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Ardmore Peninsula VIII, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Tie-down I. Rhivichie by Loch Inchard, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Tie-down II. Rhivichie by Loch Inchard, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Tie-down III. Rhivichie by Loch Inchard, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

By Loch Inchard, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

House used for storing hay I, Achlyness, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

House used for storing hay II, Achlyness, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Peter and Friday who invited me out of the storm into their motorhome for coffee. Loch Inchard, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Peter and Friday’s Motorhome by Loch Inchard, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Shed, Achriesgill, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Loch Inchard, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Bleak and windswept walking through the Ardmore Peninsula.
The untouched shoreline of the Ardmore Peninsula.
The inhospitable Ardmore Peninsula. Trapped in the angry muscular folds of rock. I rarely feel a magnetic repulsion to a landscape as I did here.
A proliferation of carnivorous Sundews on the Ardmore Peninsula.
Loch Inchard after the wind had dropped.
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