08 May 2011
àird nam murchan
I've finally had time to start developing the 35mm rolls from our trip to Mull & Iona in April. This is Ardnamurchan Point, allegedly the most western point on mainland Britain, though the internet tells me the title really belongs to Corrachadh Mòr, a kilometre to the south and about forty metres more west.
I am quite set on growing old in the Highlands. I'll be an old spinster with a little potato patch, and I'll roam the hills with a dog just as carefree as the one we met at Ardnamurchan. There will be floral curtains and a monumental collection of bones and shells. (This time I found a whole sheep skull that I brought back. I'll paint it soon.)