Helicopter landing pad
Heli landing pad on Hirta, St Kilda. If the weather is good, there are scheduled helicopter flights between St Kilda and Benbecula. It is mainly used by people working on the island.
Boulders in Village Bay
Low tide during late afternoon exposes some beautiful stones on the beach of Village bay, St Kilda
Cliffs on Hirta
Spectacular colours in the clouds just after sunset, seen from Ruaival on Hirta, St Kilda.
St Kilda sunset
Spectacularly colourful sunset seen from Ruaival on Hirta, St Kilda Scotland.
Sunset on Hirta, St Kilda
Summer sunset on St Kilda, Scotland.
Dun and Ruaival from the Feather store
Seaweed in a tidal pool in Village Bay, St Kilda Scotland
The imposing cliffs of Rhubha Muirich
Steep imposing cliffs are one of the defining characteristics of St Kilda. No wonder St Kilda is home to some of the largest colonies of seabirds in the world, home to thousands of puffins, fulmars and Northern Gannets. The cliffs on Rhubha Muirich are perhaps not the steepest or highest, but they are definitely very beautiful when seen from Ruaival.
Soay, St Kilda
The island of Soay as seen from the Cambir on Hirta, in the remote archipelago of St Kilda. Soay is home to a flock of around 300 feral Soay sheep.
Conachair shrouded in clouds
Low hanging clouds obscuring the hills on Hirta, St Kilda Scotland. Mullach Bi is still visible on the right. Although the island looks completely empty, it is actually home to roughly 2000 feral Soay sheep.
Cleit on Hirta
Cleit on Hirta with Boreray covered by clouds visible in the distance. Cleits were used by the St Kildans to store crops and seabirds.
Plane wreck in Gleann Mor
Remains of a tragic WWII event on St Kilda. The Sunderland ML858 crashed on 7 June 1944.
Cliffs wrapped in clouds
Steep cliffs towering straight out of the Atlantic Ocean at the Gap, Hirta.
Dun and Ruaival
Dun and Ruaival are separated by a narrow sea strait, limiting the access to Dun. Seen from across the Village Bay, St Kilda.
Dun in late afternoon light
Dun in the late aftrenoon, as seen from across the Village Bay.
View over the island of Dun
Dun at sunset, as seen from the cliffs on Ruaival, Hirta.
Boreray from the Gap, St Kilda
View over the uninhabited island of Boreray from the steep cliffs of Hirta.
Boreray seen from the cliffs on Hirta, St Kilda
Boreray rising from the Atlantic Ocean, seen from the high cliffs at the Gap, Hirta.