Why Does It Always Rain On Me?

Tarbert lies between Lochgilphead and Cambeltown on the Argyll Peninsula on the west coast of Scotland. It has a photogenic harbour  normally well stocked with a good selection of yachts and fishing boats to shoot. It also has a  range of bars and restaurants, plus local seafood suppliers if you want to do DIY eating.

These shots are from a May visit this year, where we were followed about by traditional Scottish rain, at one point sitting under our own personal cloud with sun visible all around us. Such is the lot of the photographer, look, there’s a great shot over there just out of range. Buy a bigger lens you miserable bastard you cry, well, perhaps if I can sell some more prints…

Storm Over Arran.
Storm Over Arran.
Storm Over Arran.
Storm Over Arran.
Wet Pathways.
Wet Pathways.
Woody Puddle.
Woody Puddle.
20 Tons.
20 Tons.
Tarbert Harbour.
Tarbert Harbour.
Cobbles and Flywheel.
Cobbles and Flywheel.
Old Tractor.
Old Tractor.
Old Tractor.
Old Tractor.
Beyond The Mossy Stump.
Beyond The Mossy Stump.
Tarbert Stream.
Tarbert Stream.
Historical Boats.
Historical Boats.
Tarbert Boats.
Tarbert Boats.
Lobster Creels.
Lobster Creels.
Floats.
Floats.
Fishing Boats and Gear.
Fishing Boats and Gear.
Seagull.
Seagull.
Fishing Gear.
Fishing Gear.
Tarbert Harbour.
Tarbert Harbour.
Cloudy Harbour.
Cloudy Harbour.
Old Fishing Boat.
Old Fishing Boat.
Old Fishing Boat.
Old Fishing Boat.
Tarbert High Street.
Tarbert High Street.
Tarbert High Street.
Tarbert High Street.
Harbour Rays.
Harbour Rays.
Harbour Rays.
Harbour Rays.
Leaving Tarbert.
Leaving Tarbert.
Dolfijn.
Dolfijn.
Tarbert Harbour.
Tarbert Harbour.

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