Something I’ve always struggled with photographically on Mull are sunsets but with such short days during our most recent trip I often found myself still out and about as the sun bade us farewell. This meant a whole host of new opportunities presented themselves and I’m more than happy with the resultant images. Most come from a single evening on the road from Calgary to Treshnish where the hills positively burned in the dying light. Epic conditions even if the short days did have our body clocks completely confused.
There were hopes that we might have seen the Northern Lights whilst we were up there but alas cloud cover each night put paid to that. We are however heading North once more this year, to Edinburgh in fact, so fingers crossed that our luck may be in this time. I wouldn’t mind a few more sunsets either if they can come anywhere close to matching these.