12 April 2021
Scrabster after the harvest
Scrabster – on the north coast and in the county of Caithness is best known as being a ferry port with sailings to the Orkney Islands. It was also the
port of disembarkation when Queen Elizabeth II
- as part of her summer holiday journey to Balmoral Castle - stopped off to see her late mother who stayed in her Castle of Mey home during the summer months.
The above picture was taken by
(early October; 10am)
Scrabster wtih the harvest in
Scrabster is a ferry port which in earlier years enjoyed a visit each summer from the Queen during her summer holiday journey to Balmoral Castle
A Bend in the River
The river Naver runs through Strathnaver in the county of Sutherland.
Dornoch Firth looking North-West
The Inner Dornoch Firth looking towards Arday and Bonar Bridge.
Ardvreck Castle and Ben More Assynt
Looking east towards Ardvreck Castle and Ben More Assynt on the road beteen Lochinver and Ledmore junction
Kyle of Sutherland
This is a picture taken from the bridge across the Dornoch Firth looking towards the west.
Dunnet and Castletown - from Castletown
Lybster is a small township on the road to Wick. It had a thriving fishing industry in earlier years.
Loch Fleet is seen from the A9 at a spot known as The Mound - between Dornoch and Golspie