April Squares: extensive views

Today’s post is proof that you might think you will get extensive views when you climb to the top, but it’s not always the case. Above is John at Renish Point in Harris. He’s looking quite happy – probably just as well that there is no picture of me at this point.

And here I am below, taking in the extensive views from the top of the cliffs on Islay’s Mull of Oa. The mist is clearing here, so maybe if you could see my face I’d be smiling.

These images are both from the last couple of years, so I think most of you will have seen them before. Just in case, here are links to the full posts.

Hebridean Hop 6: Rodel

Islay: Mull of Oa and Port Ellen

Linked to Becky’s #SquareTops challenge. Can you believe tomorrow is the last day?

26 thoughts on “April Squares: extensive views

    • Anabel @ The Glasgow Gallivanter April 30, 2020 / 10:02

      I know! It wasn’t that steep but it was very rough underfoot which I hate, so not to see anything at the end was frustrating.

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