Day 314: Achininver to Bettyhill – Tongue & Chandelier

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Scotland, Sutherland - West

Date of walk: 20//6/19

Achininver Beach, Sutherland, Scotland.

Kyle of Tongue Causeway I, Sutherland, Scotland.

Shelter in a garden wall. Midtown, Tongue Bay, Sutherland.

Kyle of Tongue Causeway II, Sutherland, Scotland.

Sletell, a settlement of three crofts with associated enclosures, Sutherland, Scotland.

Hearth I, Sletell, Sutherland, Scotland.

Sletell, Sutherland, Scotland.

Hearth II, Sletell, Sutherland, Scotland.

The track to Sletell, Sutherland, Scotland.

Eilean Nan Ron from the mainland, Sutherland, Scotland.

Lamigo Bay, Sutherland, Scotland.

Skerray phone box, Sutherland, Scotland.

Chandelier in Skerray phone box, Sutherland, Scotland.

Torrisdale Bay I, Sutherland, Scotland.

Torrisdale Bay II, Sutherland, Scotland.

Sandscape, Torrisdale Bay, Sutherland, Scotland.

 

Achininver Beach with a handy picnic table to eat my breakfast.

One of the most idyllic sleeps of the journey at Achininver Beach.
Spring near Achininver.
A typical rest stop.
Sletell.
Things are a little different up here.
Torrisdale Bay.
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2 thoughts on “Day 314: Achininver to Bettyhill – Tongue & Chandelier”

  1. Kevan Hubbard says:

    Love the details in the rocks, sandstone I think,in the first photos.Indeed a great mystery as to why such things should appear beautiful through the lense of consciousness, and is it only humans who see beauty in natural things?I was reading about monkey’s seen gazing at a sunset but what’s going on in their minds impossible to know?How would a dog see the rings of Saturn 🪐?

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