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I’ve not seen sand on a beach like that of the Bay of Laig (pronounced Lag locally) on Eigg before or since. It is the mixture of two different coloured types of sand which get mixed together that form these wonderful patterns.

I wrote a blog of my trip to Glen Coe & Eigg.. If you have a few minutes spare you can read it here…http://www.damientaylor.co.uk/blog.html

Comments

  • Michael Treloar
    Michael Treloaralmost 2 years ago

    Beautiful sand and storm weather.

  • Hi Michael, it was a proper storm as well where I had to take shelter in a cave, handily situated just off the beach! I’ve written a blog about it and my trip to Scotland, if you have 5 minutes spare you may like to read it. http://www.damientaylor.co.uk/blog.html All the best, Damien.

    – damophoto

  • Kat Simmons
    Kat Simmonsalmost 2 years ago

    Wow, gobsmacking! Great work

  • Thanks Kat, very kind of you. Eigg is a long way to go for most people in the UK but my goodness it’s worth it when you get there. I wrote a blog of my trip to Glen Coe & Eigg.. If you have a few minutes spare you can read it here…http://www.damientaylor.co.uk/blog.html

    – damophoto

  • Perggals© - Stacey Turner
    Perggals© - St...almost 2 years ago

    Congratulations!!
    You have been featured in Britain in Black & White

  • That’s great…thanks :-)

    – damophoto

  • That’s great, thanks for the feature :-)

    – damophoto

  • Victor Bezrukov
    Victor Bezrukovover 1 year ago

    beautiful chaotic lines

  • Thank you, Eigg is a wonderful place and I can highly recommend a visit :-)

    – damophoto

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