Adventure Photography in Colonsay
This incredible southern Hebridean Island lies north of Islay, west of Jura, and south of Mull. It’s only 10 miles long and 2 miles wide and you can see the coast from everywhere. The bays are beautiful – clear water and sandy beaches, home to many seals and seabirds (black-legged kittiwakes, cormorants, guillemots). The views to the Atlantic or back towards the other isles are breathtaking. Colonsay is also famous for its rare corncrakes and golden eagles (oh, and a rather lovely herd of wild goats!).
As well as the plentiful photographic opportunities, there will be guided walks at different levels to suit everyone. We’ll have a couple of interest talks; we’ll make sure that your photographic abilities are up-to-snuff, and we will examine the images taken each evening in our review sessions. It’s such a good way to improve your photographic skills.