The View

Blue
Distinctly Blue.
Blue Skies! Blue Seas!
The sun has shone on the Isle of Tiree

Looking across Ruaig to the Nevis Range
Looking across Ruaig to the Mainland

For most of the day any clouds have skirted the island.
With only a slight breeze it has been a joy to be out.
Snow is capping neighbouring islands.
Tiree remains snow free.

From the pier at Scarinish the Island of Rum was clearly visible.
The island’s  Cuillins were snow capped.
Another blue and white view.

Rum and its Coolins
Rum and its Cuillin

How impressive was the entrance of the Clansman to Gott Bay.
Blue skies, spectacular clouds, and snow capped mountains.
Come cruising with Caledonian MacBrayne.

The Clansman in Gott Bay - backdrop Isle of Mull
The Clansman in Gott Bay

In the afternoon the Blue Skies lit up the Paps of Jura.
Look carefully and see the buoy laying vessel ‘Pole Star’.

Paps of Jura and the vessel - "Pole Star"
Paps of Jura and the vessel – “Pole Star”

The Island of Tiree was the blue isle today.
Blue skies, blue seas and so welcoming.

The Clansman and in the background Ruaig and the Highlands.
The Clansman and in the background Ruaig and the Highlands.

This is ‘Life on Tiree’.

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