Bay of Clachtoll
Clachtoll. Hasselblad XPan 45mm. October 2014
Autumn can generate some incredibly dynamic conditions for photography: very often huge storms come rolling in from the Atlantic, fully charged and battering Scotland’s coast. On the Assynt peninsula overlooking The Minch, the Bay of Clachtoll is a spectacular location to visit in such conditions. The rugged bay is home to some world-renowned geology with the main feature being Split Rock, the remnants of a long-lost natural sea arch.
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