Below are a selection of mini panormas of Tobermory, Iona, Bostadh Bay, Uig, Taransay, Clachan Sands, Eriskay and Barra on some of the islands in the highlands of Scotland. All of them are only a fraction of the size of the full size panorama on the site and typically each one is only showing a portion of the full panorama.
This web page is intended to provide a search engine friendly preview of a small sample of the panoramas on this web site.
A few panoramas shot on the islands. Firstly Tobermory on Mull
A view of the colourful buildings of the fishing port Tobermory. Tobermory is the setting for the children's programme Balamory.
Iona Abbey, Mull
A visit the isles of Lewis and Harris. We start at the Calanais standing stones
The Calanais standing stones are one of the main tourist attractions on Lewis. It was so popular when we visited that it was impossible to shoot a normal panorama without including too many people.
Bostadh Bay, Lewis
Lewis has plenty of golden sandy beaches. This is Bostadh Bay. On hot sunny days you are unlikely to see it any busier than this.
A view of Uig beach on Lewis.
View Of Taransay, Harris
A view of Taransay from the west coast of Harris. As you can see, Harris also has golden sandy beaches.
A visit to the Western Isles. We start in North Uist at Clachan Sands
Clachan Sands, North Uist
A view of Clachan Sands in North Uist. You have probably guessed that the Uists also have their share of golden sandy beaches.
Sound of Eriskay
On the causway between South Uist and Eriskay, facing west.