Dolphins of the Moray Firth

Photographs from an evening watching the dolphins at Chanonry Point. Feeding, broaching, playing – they’re always a delight to watch.

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Threading the Eye of the Needle

The first weekend following the easing of lockdown restrictions and an opportunity for a sea kayaking journey following months of travel restrictions. The campsite at Applecross was beckoning and…

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Superb Winter Light at Loch Glascarnoch

A frozen Loch Glascarnoch and winter hills in full snow cover - a rare combination of perfect conditions, no wind and good light!

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A gentle paddle on the Cromarty Firth

Rob and Fiona, staying in the area provided an opportunity for a socially distanced paddle on one of my days off. The original plan was to launch from Balintore but the waves at the entrance to the…

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A Sea Kayaking Journey around Troup Head

We'd paddled around Troup Head a few years ago and, given the weather and the conditions, it made perfect sense to repeat the paddle, particularly as it was a great time to see the birdlife. Troup…

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A sea kayaking exploration of the Sutherland coastline

Launching from Clachnessie beach, the idea was to paddle across to Eilean Chrona and from there, tuck round the north side of Oldany Island and then to Culkein Drumbeg. From there, the possibilities…

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