Saturday, 28 May 2011

Final report from the Isle of Mull

Well my last day in Mull and we had some good light in fact, sunlight even occasionally, despite this it was all fairly quiet on the photo front. Did mange some image though, as usual! The tour finished at midday on Friday and I stayed on until Saturday in the hope of getting some more shots.  Unfortunately gale force winds picked up so that was the end of that idea. Still overall an excellent week and I look forward to going back next year possibly part of an Ebirder tour or on my own or both. I shall decide in the next couple of weeks, as there are only four places left on next years ebirder workshop/tour to the Isle of Mull. Hope you have all enjoyed the images over the last few days.  I also understand there is currently an issue for people leaving comments to get around this just don't tick the keep me signed in box.  Ok onto the final images: Oyster Catcher, Common Sandpiper, Otter and a couple of rubbish Landscape shots to demonstrate the typical lighting/weather.  Apparently it was all sunny and blue skies in April!!! Typical.

Common Sandpiper

Oyster Catcher

Otter with fish lunch




The road along the centre of Mull


JRandSue said...

Hi Bob,just like to say that I've enjoyed your trip postings.
Loved the W.T.Eagle flight shots,superb captures.
Amazing Images and amazing photography.

Redzlan aka Tabib said...

Lovely... especially that inflight shots below.

holdingmoments said...

Love that Sandpiper Bob.

Dominic Gendron said...

Lovelly serie, my favorite is the Oyster Catcher and also really love those 2 landscape image ;)

Mary Howell Cromer said...

These are all terrific images, the wildlife and the landscapes, beautiful stuff shared...thanks~

Adam Tilt said...

Nice photos Bob. Heading up to Mull myself in a couple of weeks and your pictures are making the wait even harder to bare.

Phil Slade said...

Looks like you had a great tour Bob - quite an experience with all those species.

Paul Foster said...

What a super place Mull is.She can be quite moody though and the weather can dominate photo opportunities,however you certainly made the most of this magical island.For me early morning was the magic time.