Friday, December 18, 2009

Mull of Galloway to Gallie Craig

After the excitement of the Mull of Galloway tide race, we proceeded in a westerly direction, round Carrickcarlin Point.

Far below the lighthouse, our kayaks were dwarfed by the the yellow and ochre coloured cliffs. We paddled on under the gaze of pointing tourists...

...until we disappeared from their sight in the huge Seal's Cave hidden far beneath their feet.

From the lighthouse we wended our way...

...through a series of skerries towards the pointing rock fingers of Gallie Craig.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Douglas, my name is Dawn and I work for Adventure Centre for Education a community based charity in Girvan which offers different outdoor activities across Scotland. We have been asked to provide some sea kayaking journeys as part of the Dumfries & Galloway wildlife festival in April/May, we are planning on some trips around the Mull of Galloway, Portpatrick and Loch Ryan as part of the promotion for this event we need a couple of photographs and we have come across yours and wondered if we could possibly use a couple of them to promote these activities? If you would like to chat about this you can give us a call on 07920406982. Many thanks, Dawn.