We’re back in the UK again today with a shot taken at the car park next to the Isle of Mull’s Calgary Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches you’ll find anywhere. This beach has actually gone down in Wilson family history as the place that my youngest brother got a really serious sunburn at the age of 2 or thereabouts back in the early 1970s but, thankfully, none of us got baked there this year.
The beach is behind me in this shot which shows a fascinating little shed constructed from, I presume, flotsam, jetsam and an old rowing boat, and now serving as the noticeboard for the Calgary Arts Centre. It also marks the start of a fantastic walk through a forest along which you will see many interesting sculptures and at the end of which you will find the aforementioned arts centre and its rather nice coffee shop.
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