Every now and again, I spend some time wandering through the collection of images I have tagged as “review required” in Lightroom. These usually represent pictures imported on a busy day when I didn’t have time to edit them immediately and I normally go back and work on them soon after. Sometimes, though, I forget and so looking through the collection can be a pleasant surprise and provide me with new fodder for this photoblog.
Last night, I found myself in the midst of the photos I shot during our summer 2014 trip back to the UK and, specifically, to pictures taken on and near the island of Mull in the Hebrides. Over the next 4 days I will be posting a series of shots of the small island of Staffa, famous for Fingal’s Cave, that we visited during our stay on Mull. If you’ve seen pictures of the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland, Staffa will look familiar. Apparently, it’s the Scottish end of the same rock formation.
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