Artwork inspired by Island Life: Tobermory Open Studios 2024

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Tobermory Open Studios takes place during Easter weekend 2024, representing 12 local artists in 6 venues producing a variety of artwork from paintings and prints to ceramics, weaving and work made from objects found in nature. The Isle of Mull with its stunning nature and island way of life has motivated and shaped the creative…

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Mull and Iona Arts Trail Open Studios 2023

Mull and Iona Arts Trail Open Studios 2023 map

Mull and Iona Arts Trail Open Studios 2023 event is taking place for the first time over the Easter weekend Friday 7th to Monday the 10th. All over Mull and Iona. For the first time, over 50 artists on Mull and Iona invite visitors and residents to see their artwork in 25 venues all over…

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Unusual welcome coming back to Mull

Outer Hebrides camping by Aska

DAY 6 As much as I wanted to explore the Outer Hebrides more, it was time to come back. The mist and the midges hadn’t left that day until late morning. Remember the taxi driver John. He kindly came to give me a lift back to Eriskay. We set off after securely attaching the bike…

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Wet and misty but welcoming Benbecula

Causeway Outer Hebrides

DAY 5 I especially liked the Otter’s Edge Campground because it had a Communal kitchen with comfy chairs where I could sit reading even though it was dark outside. I met another Polish girl who was walking the whole Hebridean Way (that’s 2 weeks). She chose to walk it North to South. This means wind…

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The flat plains of South Uist

Outer Hebrides by bike and tent Aska

DAY 4 Next morning the weather looked promising although still windy. However southerly wind when cycling north starting from the Isle of Barra is good news. Sad to leave this remote spot, I’ve taken the last walk along a windswept beach. Outer Hebrides are famous for machair, a fertile low-lying grassy plain. It begins to…

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