Wow………Over a month since my last post, busy as usual x I should try harder, but perhaps I really am a winter blogger?!?! x Well, here’s a predominantly photographic post of a recent adventure anyway x 🙂
I had the opportunity to visit Inchcolm island – a gorgeous island in the Firth of Forth with an old monestary on it – a couple of weeks ago with Elizabeth and we had a lovely day exploring our way round x It’s a beautiful little retreat, shame we weren’t allowed to stay overnight!! But they were quite insistent that we get back on the ferry at the end of the trip!! :p x
This is the island as we approached on the ferry, you can’t quite see the monastery yet as it is set in the middle of the island.
On route we had a little stop to admire some seal basking in the sunshine!
First glimpse of the majestic monastery as we came along side the island.
Here is a gallery of shots I took whilst wandering around and through the old monastery for you to peruse at your leisure, I was surprise how intact it still is after 700 odd years!!
There was one major down side to the day, these mean little flying critters, it was right in the middle of baby seagull season when we were there and the mummy and daddy seagulls were very protective of their little ones.