South Skye & Sleat
The photographs in this section were all taken in the south and south-east of Skye. This is where the visitor to Skye arrives on the island from the mainland. The main route on to the island is via the Skye Bridge, part of the A87 road from Uig to Invergarry. In addition, there are two ferry crossings possible. The main one is from Mallaig to Armadale with a smaller ferry carrying passengers from Glenelg to Kylerhea.
The landscape here is very diverse. The Sleat peninsula to the south is very fertile with rolling hills. Yet just to the north, across Loch Eishort, lie the Cuillin Hills with their ragged, bare rock mountain peaks.
Three shots looking over towards Mallaig from Ardvasar - June 2015
Bla Bheinn & Loch Slapin
Various shots looking over Loch Slapin - October 2014
The Cuillin Hills from Elgol
Various shots looking towards the Cuillin Hills from Elgol -
The Cuillin Hills from south of Crossal
Three shots of the Cuillin Hills on a stunning Autumn day - October 2015