Thursday, February 04, 2010

Black and white in the Sound of Kerrera

From Aradantrive Bay we paddled down the Sound of Kerrera to Heather Island. The fog seemed to suck all colour from the land and sea-scapes.

There was no wind to disperse the fog and glassy calm conditions reflected the sun, which occasionally broke through a thinner layer.

On the mainland side of the Sound, the Ardbhan Craigs rose into the mist. These steep cliffs with a raised beach at their foot were cut when the sea level was higher.

We arrived at Kerrera's jetty where the ferry, the MV Isle of Kerrera , was tied up. She is powered by two 75hp Honda outboards. The ferryman, Duncan McEachan, will go over to the mainland if an intending passenger turns a white board so that its black side faces Kerrera.


  1. Nice subtle images up there. Nicely done.

  2. Amazing! It looks so still and silent.

  3. Thank you, Silbs and Lesley.

    It was so still with no wind and the fog muffled all other sounds, it was like being in another World!