Showers at first, gradually clearing later.
No photographs yesterday as I was hunkered down in the campervan during nearly 48 hours of
continuous rain, which led to flooding in many parts of Scotland. I'm glad I wasn't in a tent.
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Looking across the Sound of Sleat to Glenelg, from Kylerhea.
Dramatic skies between the showers.
On the Marine Mammal Trail at Kylerhea.
One of the flip-out information posts on the Mammal Trail.
Shelter and toilets near the wildlife hide.
The Kylerhea Otter Hide.
Inside the Otter Hide.
Alas, this is the only otter I saw.
The view north from the hide.
There was some activity out there though.
Beinn na Caillich from the Skye Marble Trail at Kilchrist, near Broadford.
Beinn na Caillich and the Broadford Red Cuillins.
The Marble Trail follows the line of an old railway which led to the marble quarries at Strath Suardal.
These are the remains of the winding wheel which was used to haul trucks up the steep incline.
Beinn na Caillich from the Marble Trail.
The showers weren't quite finished yet as one boiled up over Beinn na Caillich.
Back round to Sleat and a view of Beinn Sgritheall over the Sound of Sleat.
Isleornsay bay with the hills of Knoydart behind.
The Strathaird penninsula from Ord on the west coast of Sleat.
The cliffs of Rubha Suishnish over Loch Eishort, from Ord.
A glimpse of the Cuillins from Ob Gauscavaig bay.
The ruins of Dunscaith Castle at Ob Gauscavaig bay near Tokavaig.
Evening light at Tarskavaig.
The west coast of Sleat south from Tarskavaig with the Isle of Eigg in the distance.
A rainbow over Knoydart.
The Cuillin hills over Strathaird, from Sgurr Breac on Sleat.
A spectacular sunset to finish off the day.
From Sgurr Breac (249m), above Tarskavaig on Sleat.