Fingal's Cave and Staffa off the Isle of Mull.

Start. We sailed on the Island Lass from the Ulva Ferry Jetty, our trip included Staffa and Iona.


High tide, Loch Laggan.

The Island of Staffa.

Fingal's Cave.

Fingal's Cave, 230ft deep, 60ft high and 50ft wide at the entrance.

"Compared to this what are the Cathedrals and Palaces built by man, mere models or playthings, imitations as his work will always be when compared to those of nature",

Sir Joseph Banks 1772.

Basaltic Columns.

Views back to the mainland and the wilderness of The Burg.

Sue has a closer look at the Basalt Columns.

On the path to Fingal's Cave.

The entrance to Fingal's Cave.

The vast entrance to Fingal's Cave.

The basalt cliffs of Staffa.

Views over the cliffs of Staffa.

Sue at the trig point, Staffa.

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