The commanding height of Neist Point lies at the most westerly edge of the Isle of Skye, part of a wild terrain facing resolutely out towards the furthest Hebridean islands. The wide path, intriguingly crossing over and around the nearer portion of the headland, describes the contours and seemingly elevates the great flank of land before re-emerging at the lighthouse beyond. Drawn as I have been to this sheer cliff formation that sweeps up dramatically out of the sea, it represents a newly found landscape for me.
© Vanessa Gardiner