Starting from Wild Cottage in the village of Lochdon we travel west on the A849 through Glen More. Click on picture 1, a view of the lower end of the Glen with Ben More in the distance, then discover the other views on the journey there.
Continuing along the A849, through Bunessan to Fionnphort, we catch the small ferry to Iona. Picture 2 shows the cathedral (still in its scaffolding) surrounded by Corncrake territory.
On another day we take a side road, just down the A849 from Lochdon, heading towards Loch Buie and Croggan. Along the shores of Loch Spelve we discover more of the delights Mull has to offer. Click on picture 3 (showing a loch-side view) to explore.
In late May or early June the Treshnish Isles is the place to be for Puffins. Picture 4 shows a view from Lunga (the largest of the Treshnish Isles). The Puffins (Fratacula Arctica) are very approchable, you don't need sophisticated photo gear to get good pictures.
Tobermory (our main town) basks in the winter sunshine. Click on picture 5 for a selection of photos taken on Christmas Eve 2005.
A selection of photos taken on Mull over several months, and in a variety of the weather conditions for which the west coast of Scotland is well known.