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2 May 2024

Remote Fascadale Bay is another of the tiny coves which indent the dramatic north coast of the Ardnamurchan peninsula. Unlike its near neighbours, Fascadale’s beach is made up of grey pebbles and shingle. A holiday cottage sits alone at the top of the bay and a track leads down onto the beach with stunning views across to the Small Isles. On this occasion, the beach was populated by a number of rather indignant cows who obviously didn’t want me to come any further. Given there were small calves among their number, I showed due respect and stood admiring the beach from the track instead. That’s why my photos are all similar!