A MISTY MOISTY LOCH SPELVE MORNING

Not much happening in Loch Spelve.

Not much happening in Loch Spelve. Those black spots are mussel buoys, I’m told.

Insomnia has its advantages.

I’m usually awake around 5am and on this Majestic Line cruise around the Isle of Mull it’s worth getting up and taking the camera out on deck.

Is there a more peaceful place anywhere on the planet this morning?

For a while I seem to be the only person awake.

We’re not the only ones moored here, but for the moment I seem to be the only person up and about.

Our tender isn't going anywhere yet.

Our tender isn’t going anywhere yet.

This yacht pulled out ahead of us, making the first ripples on the water.

Then this yacht pulls out ahead of us, making the first ripples on the water…

Following us out to start the day.

…until another one follows us out to start the day.

The writer was the guest of the Majestic Line.

12 Comments

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12 responses to “A MISTY MOISTY LOCH SPELVE MORNING

  1. Ahhh… deep breath… so serene…

  2. So beautiful, Richard. I wish I was there, too. I so love the quiet of the water, the stillness of an early morning, the sweet chill of mist clinging to your skin.
    Enjoy!

  3. Gorgeous shot, Richard. It is now splashed across my computer screen, thanks for the calm and serenity.

  4. Damien Jameson

    How d’you do and how d’you do and how d’you do again.

  5. Jenny Thompson

    Ah – looks just gorgeous. Also just been reading, finally, your Indian train trip in SMH – what a wonderful week!

  6. Jennifer Procter

    Been there,sat up and watched the sunrise on the yacht we sailed in,peaceful place.

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