Lighthouse Tour of Scotland 2007

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Group Photo at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Aberdeen Harbor



Another shot at Aberdeen Harbor



Range Lights at Aberdeen Harbor



Askerry Lighthouse



Balfour Castle



Society members stopping for tea at Balfour



Barrel of Butter Light



Bass Rock Lighthouse



Birsay Lighthouse Shetland



Cliffs at the Brough of Birsay



Beautiful Reflection of the Brough of Birsay Lighthouse



Getting to the Brough of Birsay Lighthouse was no easy task. Take a look at the "short" walk society members made!



Sunset at the Brough of Birsay Lighthouse



Cantick Head Lighthouse



Cava Light



Curchill Barrier



Clythness Lighthouse



It was a beautiful day for our walk to Copinsay Lighthouse



Society members all ready for their trip to Copinsay Lighthouse



Skip and Glen enjoying the great weather at Eshaness Lighthouse



Corran Lighthouse



Traditional Croft House



Skip and Mary Lee at the Standing Stones of Stennis



A great view of what remains of the original Dennis Head Lighthouse from the top of the New Lighthouse



Lens at the top of the Dennis Head Lighthouse



A very interesing adornment at the top of the new Dennis Head Lighthouse



Inside the lens at the top of the new Dennis Head Lighthouse



One of the recognizable rock formations in the world is this, so appropriately named "Drinking Horse"



Duart Castle near Mull



Duart Light



Duncansby Head Lighthouse



Johanna & Helene at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Bunny & Grant at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Jane & Sandy at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Jeff & Melissa at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Jimmy, Michael & Christy at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Ken & Diane at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Mary & Phil at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Nancy, Michael & Jimmy at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Roger & Martha at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Scott at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Wayne & Marion at Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Close up of the Dunnet Head Marker, noting its position as the most northerly point of mainland Britain



Ian Sinclair and his dog "Slip" at the Noss Head Lighthouse



Shetland Pony offering some photo tips to Tom near Dunnet Head Lighthouse



Shetland Ponies showing their playful side



Shetland Pony taking a break from his hard day at work to pose for a picture



Eshaness Lighthouse



Shoreline at Eshaness Lighthouse



A memorable sign outside the toilets at Eshaness



Eva at Tankerness House



Fair Isle North Lighthouse. If you look closely, you can see the fog signal on the far left at the edge of the cliff.



Fair Isle South Lighthouse



Firth's Voe Lighthouse in the backround of this burial plot, one of the past keepers maybe?





































































































































































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