Tag: Skye

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Skye – Photo book competition

The Isle of Skye has a special place in Scots’ hearts.  It’s a land forged from hard, jagged rocks, often swirling in cloud, that evokes wildness, mystery and grandeur.  Rich in history and culture, its communities now depend on crofting, tourism and whisky for their livelihoods. I’m delighted to announce the second of my collaborations with Allan Wright, a well-known Scottish landscape photographer, in which … Read More Skye – Photo book competition

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Wild swimming in Skye’s Fairy Pools

In the shadow of Skye’s Black Cuillin lie a spectacular series of pools and waterfalls with crystal clear waters. This is a perfect wild swimming spot, just a 15 minute walk from the winding road in Glen Brittle. The stream, the Allt Coir a’Mhadaidh, cascades down the hillside, with the dark and brooding mountains towering overhead. Just as the first series of pools level … Read More Wild swimming in Skye’s Fairy Pools