Elizabeth May - Commercial Photographer | Scotland’s Far North
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Scotland’s Far North

The northernmost part of Scotland has so many unique features formed from glacial erosion. From the rugged, unusually shaped mountains to its beautiful white sand beaches, and clear, turquoise waters. The sea cliffs that border the far north are high and the weather is almost always tempestuous, so have a care for your feet! Be on the look out for sea arches, birds nesting in the rocks, and caves at low tide. If you visit in foggy and rainy weather, the misty cliffs are a magical sight indeed.

Faraid Head

Faraid Head II


Lochinver II

Point of Stoer

Point of Stoer II

Point of Stoer III

Point of Stoer IV


Sandwood Bay

Sandwood Bay II

Sandwood Bay III

Sandwood Bay IV

Smoo Cave

Stac Pollaidh

Stac Pollaidh II

Stack Pollaidh III

Stack Pollaidh IV