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Slow travel & photography

The Black Isle is neither black nor an isle but a peninsula, surrounded on three sides by water near Inverness. I had returned my car at Inverness and met Natalie who showed me a bit of the Black Isle while photographing some portraits of her.

Photographin the wonderful Natalie on the Black Isle, Scotland.

The Black Isle is another wonderful place to explore Scottish nature and see the wildlife, dolphins, otter, deer, seals and osprey – they all enjoy it here.

One of the region’s great draws is its pod of resident bottlenose dolphins. At Chanonry Point, in between Fortrose and Rosemarkie, they can often be seen frolicking in the Moray Firth. (VisitScotland)

We actually went to Chanonry Point, enjoy the view towards the Moray Coast but no dolphins were seen.

Photographin the wonderful Natalie on the Black Isle, Scotland.Photographin the wonderful Natalie on the Black Isle, Scotland.

During our time on the Black Isle, we had one or two little rain showers and enjoyed the beautiful dramatic sky!

Photographin the wonderful Natalie on the Black Isle, Scotland. Photographin the wonderful Natalie on the Black Isle, Scotland.

Definitely another spot in Scotland I want to explore further another time!

Photographin the wonderful Natalie on the Black Isle, Scotland.Photographin the wonderful Natalie on the Black Isle, Scotland.

 

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