Friday, September 5, 2014

British Isles Cruise July 2013 - Invergordon.

As soon as I wake up I like to go on the balcony to watch the approach to our next port of call.

The ship was moving slowly along the coastline and there was no sound apart from the gentle lapping of the water against the ship.

 It was before 6am and already there was a haze in the sky promising another hot day.

We passed a lot of oil rigs, and several like this one appeared to be no longer used.

Almost there.

The town of Invergordon. On previous visits we had walked around the town or caught a bus to another town. This time we decided to take the bus to Inverness.

The River Ness.

The Victorian Market.

View from the bus heading back to Invergordon.

Back on the ship heading for home!

1 comment:

da tabbies o trout towne said...


another great batch oh photos....and it's too bad the unused oil rigs can't be removed from the oceans and seas they are in ~~~

I really like the shot you got of invergordon in this batch of pictures