Skye – Eilean a’Cheo. The Isle of Skye or the Isle of Mist (Eilean a’Cheo in Gaelic) is renowned for its awe-inspiring landscapes, picturesque villages and medieval castles. Skye is the largest island in the Inner Hebrides archipelago and has a rugged coastline of peninsulas and narrow sea-lochs, which radiate out from its mountainous interior. Evidence of its Norse and Gaelic heritage are evident at every turn, and the history of the island is every bit as bloody and fascinating as any you will find on the mainland.
These are just some of the reasons why Photographers, Writers, Artists and Outdoor Enthusiasts have flocked to this island for well over 150 years. Famous names such as the Black Cuillin, the Quirang, Sligachan and the Old Man of Storr act as magnets, particularly for the photographer, and are always favourite destinations on our Skye Photography Experience. However, we also have a few spots which are not so well known, but are still fantastic photo locations. Why not come along and share in our discoveries?