Scilly Things

15 Oct 2020

I was fortunate enough to spend a few days over on the Isles of Scilly at the end of September. With the exception of a flying visit for work in 2019, I hadn't been over to the islands since family holidays in the 80s. One of the things I most love about the Scillies, aside from the feeling of remoteness and obvious beauty, is the incredible range of colours and textures. My visit coincided with some rather stormy weather which added an extra layer of wildness to the place. Travelling light, I took my beloved Canon G7X with me and walked miles around St Agnes, St Martin's and St Mary's in all the weathers. ~ Sal



Above: Looking from St Martin's to the Eastern Isles as Storm Alex approaches.


Above: Ace rock formations around Peninnis Head. 


Above: A burst of colour on a stormy day on St Martin's.


Above: Ancient lichen-clad stone walls line the fields and pathways across the islands. 


Above: Boat blues on St Mary's


Above: pretty heather on St Martin's


Above: The sun did shine a little bit too... one from St Agnes.


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