These rock formations are part of the rugged coastline of the Isle of Skye.
The village of Uig seen from highway A87.
We sailed from Kirkwall to the Isle of Skye and this was the first land we saw from the starboard side of the ship.
This gothic tower was built in 1846 to honor the writer Sir Walter Scott.
Kirkwall was our next stop after Edinburgh. It was dreary out so it was black and white film for the day. Kirkwall is the capital of Orkney and this palace was built in 1607 by Patrick, Earl of Orkney.
Edinburgh’s main train station’s modern design is highlighted when viewing the Balmoral Hotel in the background.
There is a boardwalk along Copenhagen’s harbor that have these steeply descending ramps into the water. I was told they allow small boats or kayaks to load and unload passengers. They make for an interesting photo.