First up, some pictures from this week that you might like:
|Female Common Hawker Dragonfly|
|What's left of a Lords-and-Ladies fruit spike|
|Found this newly born little mite under a reptile mat, really hoping|
it's parent hadn't abandoned it!
|Possible baby Field or Bank Vole|
|A beautiful dawn sunrise|
|Heading home from a dawn bat survey certainly has its perks!|
|A Gatekeeper from the other week :)|
|Managed to fit in a 4 fruit crumble too as is only polite|
at this time of year
|One side of the Cuillins, on the approach to Coire Lagan|
|Coire Lagan is Gaelic for Corrie of the Little Hollow, |
although it's a pretty big hollow in my opinion!
|What a view.|
Mull was a first for both of us and it was well worth the trip. We'd intended to ride the 130 mile round trip of the island and typically, the only day of the week to pour with rain was this one. We carried on regardless and for 120 of the 130 miles it poured down but that didn't do much to dampen our spirits! The mountains and dramatic scenery just added to the atmosphere, it just meant I couldn't take anywhere near as many photos as I'd have liked. We did make a couple of stops though:
|A delightful (and soggy) Tobermory|
|A Highland Coo! (naturally)|
|A view from very close to our camping spot, I really didn't want to leave!|
*Ok well maybe one or two but Smidge kept them away. Perfick :D
Well, that's enough photos from me for now, until next time.