Photography Gallery: Jim's Glasgow West End Photo Diary: September 2004

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30th September 2004

A few photos from our short break over to Stresa in Italy.

Photo: Stresa and lake.

Photo: Back streets in Italy.

Photo: Island at Stresa.

Photo: Church walkway.

Photo: Boat at Stresa.

Photo: Tea at hotel in Stresa.

Photo: Cafe culture Italy.

12th September 2004

Photo: Udrigle sea and rocks.

Some photographs from our recent holiday in Wester Ross in the Scottish Highlands. The photograph above is of Gruinard Bay; the evening light gave the rocks a strange pale colour, which contributed to the peaceful atmosphere.

Photo: Highland Stream and mountains.

Approaching Bealach na Ba (Pass of the Cattle) Scotland's highest road rising to 2053 ft.

Photo: Udrigle House.

Udrigle House, the former Laird's home at Laide, built in 1754 - restored and converted in the 1990s to a holiday cottage. This is where we stayed for the week.

Photo: Udrigle House.

Photo: Weather vane.

Photo: Shells on window ledge.

Photo: Udrigle beach rocks.

Looking out over the Bay at Udrigle as the sun sets and the tide slowly comes in.

Photo: Udrigle beach rocks.

Photo: Michael, Anna, John.

Managed to get the family to sit still for a minute or two for a photograph. Anna, John, Ryan, Holly and Michael.

Photo: Ullapool boat.

We visited Ullapool for the day.

Photo: John, Pat and Ryan Ullapool.

John, Grannie and Baby Ryan. These little seats on the main street came in handy.

Photo: Ullapool Harbour.

Photo: Hotel in the Highlands.

The Highland hotel at Loch Torridon - set in the most stunning scenery. we stopped for some coffee and tea.

Photo: Pat and afternoon tea.

Photo: Highland Cattle.

The Highland cattle in the grounds of the hotel complete the picture.

Photo: Pat at windy lighthouse.

A scary trip along a very narrow coastal road - which was no more than a strip of tarmac about 6 feet across - brought us to this lighthouse at Rubbha Reidh. As you can see - it was very windy that day. Unfortunately after taking our time to get there the advertised cafe was shut- but this turned out to a blessing in disguise because on the way back we had a nice lunch in a restaurant/cafe called 'Mustn't Grumble'.

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