With daylight that stretched into the late evening hours, and a midnight “dusk” that literally takes your breath away, the quaint seaside village of Oban was the perfect gateway to our journey out to the Isles of Mull, Iona, and Staffa.
Along the waterfront, during our visit, was a fun display of artwork by the town’s children: wood planks featuring their hand prints, names and ages, and decorated uniquely by each. They stretched the entire length of the waterfront, and under the magical evening light, were fun to study, imagining the faces that went along with each of the tiny hand prints.
See the rest of my highlights from this whirlwind adventure in the Highlands of Scotland:
Part 3 of 6: Isle of Staffa (& Puffins!)