Isle of Arran, October 2012


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Beach at Blackwaterfoot looking toward the village. Barnacle rock in the foam. The recent rains filled the burn. Jean and Flyte exploring the burn. Jean and Flyte again...
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Toadstools in the deep, dark woods... ... on the way to the King's Cave. Kilmory Cairns, a set of Neolithic chambered burial cairns. Ailsa Craig in the background. A pensive Flyte on his beach... He would happily stay there all day.
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At least as long as we threw things for him. Ailsa Craig, to the south of Arran, as seen from Drumadoon Point. Rocks covered with seabirds at Drumadoon Point. I wanted to see how close I could get to them. They did not seem to be aware of...
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... or bothered... ... by my approach. Then I started getting baleful stares... ... so I left them in peace. "The Doon". Drumadoon Point.
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Bright red Rowan Berries. (Mountain Ash) Wild red rose hips. Drumadoon Bay. Incoming tide... Wild white rose.
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Wild white rose hips. Drumadoon Bay from the dunes. Flyte having his last run on the beach before heading home. Drumadoon Point. To the left is an ancient sea stack.
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Goatfell from the ferry on our way home.


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