Friday 28th November On Friday night it was all about the moon. The stars were out but the moon was really bright and turned really red before appearing to drop down behind Portree. I nipped in the early evening for a little more experimentation with night time pictures. I took these from the top of
The general vibe of today in snapshot format. Click on one image and use the arrows to move through the gallery.
Travel in the Highlands can be rather tricky especially for those of us who rely on public transport to get from A to B. You can find more often that not that unless you drive a car then there are just certain places you can’t visit without staying away overnight. This is especially true in the
Lots of lovely guests this weekend enjoying a yoga course here at Raasay House. Here are a few snaps of random bits and bobs. With groups the size of this one we generally provide meals in our ‘Big Dining Room’. At times this room can be full of school children on residential activity breaks, but this weekend
I went on absolutely lovely walk yesterday and I thought I would map it out for those of you who are looking for a new route that combines some of the main forestry routes. The main points are: Start – Inverarish Mine Buildings & Waterfall SYHA Hostel Shortcut from the top road to Oskaig Oskaig Raasay House
I snuck outdoors for a few more nocturnal photos last night. I got some interesting images but half way through the session Ruby (my dog) decided to go A.W.O.L! I thought she was following right behind me, but she had padded off into the pitch dark in the opposite direction from ‘the village’. She turned up at Raasay
Quite a quiet day ‘customer wise’ but a busy day for me website and channel managing wise. (a day of ‘geekery’ basically!). What a beautiful day though, with barely a cloud in the sky. The situation was much the same as yesterday and seemed to last throughout the night. We have such great conditions for stargazing here due
After hearing all about the seals and other wildlife that yesterdays kayakers had encountered, I fancied a wee bit of a land based spotting session. I started out from Inverarish along the coastal path which begins at the Community hall. The walk took me past the pier, round the bay and along the coast a little