Northern Rock

A few of my favourite images following two week's paddling amongst the Shetland Isles...
Amongst the chop, off the mainland coast south west of Westerwick.
Photo: Kev Robinson
A distant view of the lighthouse, whilst passing Herma Ness, en route to Muckle Flugga and of course Out Stack, the most northerly land (wave battered rock) in the British Isles.
Puffins squabble at Sumburgh.
Leaving Vementry for an evening paddle and camp at Lamba Wick.
A solitary minkie whale in Mousa Sound.
Common seals in the Holm of Noss.
A distant view of Noss, the West Pool of Mousa in the foreground.
Negotiating a channel beneath The Drongs.
Photo: Kev Robinson
The Ramna Stacks from the cliffs of Calder Head on a day with winds gusting to F8.
...more detailed posts on individual trips to follow.


Andy said…
Looks like you had another great trip Will. I did wonder how you, Kev, Gill, et al, were getting on last week. Looking forward to seeing some more shots... :o)
Ian said…
Great photos!, looking forward to seeing the full trip reports. I particularly love the layered composition and rich blues in the picture of Noss and the West Pool of Mousa