Kearvaig Bay Bothy - 5 miles from Cape Wrath (and our accommodation for the evening).
For those whom are unsure what a bothy is, they're travellers huts. Some are wooden, some are made of stone. This one in particular is probably one of the best, if not the best Bothy you can go to. Maintained by the MBA (Mountain Bothys Association), they have no luxuries such as Heating, Running Water, Electricity, Toilets or Beds. You bunk down on the floor (or on some benches along the wall inside) on your roll mat and sleeping bag. In this one there is a table for eating at and there are two fireplaces for building wood fires.
No modern luxuries however the bothy is free to use, requires no booking and has equipment such as saws, axes to chop drift wood etc. and also has a toilet spade for digging a hole .
This is just an outside shot but I do have a little walk around video I'm uploading to You Tube (Will edit post shortly) - EDIT: Video added to the bottom of the thread
Looking towards Cape Wrath through a little tunnel I made in a miniature sand cliff caused by the tide.
f/22, 1/50th. Not often I use F22 but needed as much DoF as possible as I was about 12 inches away from the sand wall and tunnel through it. Wanted to get near to far in focus.
Skye Bridge - Kyle of Lochalsh. I do have some other shots that are very flat and boring looking. Will see if I can do something with them
I do like those Scottish mountain ranges (however you can see that cloud cover moving in)