Stack and pebbly beach at the northern point of the Isle of Eigg, the Inner Hebrides, Scotland
This is the pebbly beach and stack at the northern tip of the island near where I was camping. The steep escarpment that fringed the eastern half of the island can be seen in the background. I can imagine that the Inner Hebrides is a geologist’s paradise. I can only profess to having a keen layman’s interest in geology; physical geography was one of my favourite subjects at school, and I always find myself trying to remember and identify geomorphological features on my travels.
- © 2012 Duncan Murrell
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- From the Isle of Mull to the Small Isles via Coll and Lunga