They built houses to last in those days Ian.
Thanks! This too!
The sky was never really that colour. Ian
Amazing view Ian @ Wilmar
Thanks for taking the time to comment, John. These old black houses are holiday lets. What an idyllic place to stay!
Es un alucine de sitio, yo lo vi y quede muda de la emoción......bella imagen
very nice place and wiev !
best regards from Latvia !!!
Ian Wilmer. Who are you? Did you mean to post that comment here?
I would like to use this pic in a book which I am producing for Evans Publishing. Could you contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org?
Regarding my photo of Cape Wrath, Panoramio recommends positions are set at the location from which each photo is taken. The photo of these rocks was taken with a long lens from the clifftop beyond the inlet immediately to the esat of the lighthouse. I.e.: where it was indicated on Google Earth. Thanks for your interest! Ian
I'm very pleased you've been looking at my photos!
I'm half inclined to agree with your comment about 'tekkie's' "Cape Wrath Surroundings" photo, but I'm inclined to remember that Panoramio is intended not just for picturesque shots, but to show things "as they are". As a member of the Association of Lighthouse Keepers I'm well aware how much deriliction there is around lighthouse outbildings, and not only does 'tekkie's' photo show these buildinds starkly as they are, it also highlights the need for volunteers to assist with refurbishent.
Frankly I'd like to see more photos of this sort, and of ordinary townscapes, rather than pretty photos of landmarks. Indeed someone commented on the blog recetly that rather than posting photos "of" landmarks that, let's face it, we can see in guide books, it's more important to include photos taken "from" landmarks.
Regarding my photo of The Cathedral, you'll appreciate I've visited Cape Wrath on many occasions but I've I never wandered from the road or far from the Davey Hird's Cape Wrath bus. This photo was taken from the road with a 300mm lens. Hope this answers your query. Ian