On the west coast of the Isle of Mull, there is the very beautiful Calgary Bay. It’s quite lovely, pale sand, milky blue sea, wind and waves. Tucked away from these seaside treasures, slightly up in the hills there is a lovely little graveyard. It looks like of private, but I jumped the fence (and was promptly followed by a few other stragglers) to take a few photographs when I was visiting in October 2014. I’m quite sure I have some colour photographs from this adventure as well somewhere, but these will do for now.
Related reading; I found this lovely blog post on Graveyards of Scotland with a little more history of the area. Check it out.
I wish I could remember what camera I shot these on, I think it was my Minolta? Processed with the help of my friends on Patreon – to help out and get good rewards, sign up here.