Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Auchalick Bay, Loch Fyne

We continued paddling north up Loch Fyne along an unspoiled and remote coastline.

By the time we reached Eilean nan Gabhar at the south end of Auchalick Bay, it was time for first luncheon.

What a place to stop. Above high water the rocks were covered with multicoloured lichens and sea pink.

Down at high water level, the rocks were bare but displayed wonderful and ancient patterns.

The north side of Auchalick Bay is bounded by the distinctive slopes of Gob a'Bharra. I loved the way the yellow gorse flowers matched the golden lichens on the rocks in the foreground.


  1. Seems to be a lovely area, I like your photos!

  2. Just stumbled across these pics of Auchalick Bay. We have a holiday cottage here! www.claddie.co.uk

  3. Elise, what a great location for your cottage!