During our travels we have realised that there are many ‘ends of the world’. These places that give you the impression that there is nothing beyond the immensity of mountains or oceans. Nest Point is one of them. Not only because it decorates the very western end of the Isle of Skye, but also because of its ambiance. The site is marked by an abandoned lighthouse with a foghorn whose size tells a lot about the potential density of fog. Perched on cliffs gnawed by continuous violent assaults of the unleashed ocean, covered with the sky, so heavy, as if it was to fall on you at any moment. The grass stretch brings a beam of light to make the scene sublime.
A dark deep blue, almost becoming black, contrasting with a bright and vegetal yellow for a raw and wild effect. Lovers of a stormy sky, these colours will delight you!