Camusdarach Beach

This famous beach took a bit to find. We turned round twice as I missed the car park which was tucked away off the road.
Walked across a little footbridge, along a narrow path over the sand dunes then you turn a corner & this wonderful beach is there in front of you.
Pale golden sand, a view of the islands of Eigg, Rum & Sky & the smell of the sea!
Today the army were training, two hovercraft, four gunboat type vessels & around 20 soldiers.
Funnily enough while waiting for the Jacobite train to go past in Fort William we saw about five army vehicles & trailers go past, now we know where they were going!

This beach is famous as a setting for the film Local Hero.
Love your interesting notes and with such a nice image I can really share your experience.
posted October 22nd, 2017  
bep
Beautiful beach view.
posted October 22nd, 2017  
Wonderful sky
posted October 23rd, 2017  
Love it, nothing better than a deserted beach. Glad it was difficult to find because you wouldn't want it full of tourists would you.
posted October 23rd, 2017  
would love to have seen that on our trip to Scotland.
posted October 23rd, 2017  
Love the aerial perspective ... soft muted tones
posted October 23rd, 2017  
The Scottish beaches are beautiful - pity that its not hot enough for a sunbathe and a swim!
posted October 23rd, 2017  
@onewing It was surprisingly busy Babs but it was half term for schools. By busy i mean about ten on the beach without counting army.
posted October 23rd, 2017  
@maggiemae b would love to go back in the summer but Harry is not a beach person, they come way dine his last so would have to go on my own!!
posted October 23rd, 2017  
i can feel the movement Pat
posted October 23rd, 2017  
@happypat I think you are verging on gaelic here, Pat! I can just hear that scottish accent!
posted October 24th, 2017  
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