North-facing Garvie Bay is totally exposed to the weather. Its sandstone cliffs are being continually eroded by the crashing turquoise waves, driven by the prevailing NW winds. The well-known profile of Suilven lies to the east, overseeing this dramatic scene.
Date: 02 March 2007
Location : Garvie Bay, Inverpollaidh / Coigach, Wester Ross
Nikon D200, Tokina lens 20mm. 2.0s f22 ISO100
Image reference c37. © Angus Bruce, Ullapool.