|Title||North Shore, Eriska Appin on the right. Looking towards the new floating jetty.|
|Photo's author||wfmillar User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||26 Sep 2009 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
|Retrieved from source on||02 Mar 2012 05:23:30 (UTC)|
North Shore, Eriska
North Shore, Eriska Appin on the right. Looking towards the new floating jetty.
Floating Jetty, Eriska Mainly plastic construction this replaces the old jetty on the north of the island.
Floating Jetty, Eriska
Second Hole, Eriska Looking over the golf course to the mouth of Loch Creran. The navigation post on Dearg Skeir marks a narrow channel with fast flowing tides.
North end of Eriska and the Mouth of Loch Creran The Loch fills and empties through a narrow channel with fast flowing tides and overfalls.
Northern point of Eriska looking NE across Glaceriska Bay. Eriska Island is owned by a Private Hotel with a Golf Course round its North Western Shore
Navigation Post, Eriska
Isle of Eriska Hotel
From Eriska across Loch Creran to North Shian
Caterpillar, Eriska Fox Moth (Macrothylacia rubi). I think. Taking on the defensive position.
Caterpillar, Eriska Fox Moth (Macrothylacia rubi). I think.
Eriska looking west towards Lismore. Taken from the highest point on Eriska. Note the stone quarrying on the mountain side on the north shore of Loch Linnhe
Eriska looking South West from Hotel.
Eriska One of the many marked trails over the island. The patch of water is the Lynn of Lorn with Lismore above it.
Eriska View from one of the trails over the island looking towards Loch Creran.
Isle of Eriska - the Eastern shore The trees here grow below high water mark. It is said this is only one of two places in Scotland where they do so. Does anyone know where the other place is?
Argyllshire, Scotland, United Kingdom osm