I recently took a birding holiday to the Isles of Scilly which lies 28 miles off the south west coast of England. Here are some Scilly (pronounced 'silly') skies that I experienced during the week. Many thanks to the SWF bunch of people who make sharing these skies possible. For more skies from around the world, click on the SWF icon on the right hand side of my blog. To enjoy these photos at their best, please click on them to enlarge.
A dramatic sky taken from the airport on the island of St Mary's.Hell Bay on the islands of Bryher.Looking towards Cromwell's Castle on the island of Tresco from Bryher on a beautiful blue sky day.Getting of the boat at the quay on the island of St Agnes with rain threatening.Taken from the boat on the way to the island of Tresco from St Mary's.A view of the islands of Bryher and Samson from Tresco.Thomas Porth beach on a beautiful day on St Mary's.Early morning sky looking across Old Town Bay towards Giant's Castle headland and the airport on St Mary's.Early morning sunshine on the granite rocks at Peninnis head with the island of St Agnes in the distance.Peninnis lighthouse one crisp morning.Looking out onto the Atlantic ocean from Peninnis head on St Mary's.Another view of the island of St Agnes from St Mary's at dusk.Days end on Peninnis head, St Mary's.