Ardnamurchan and it's famous lighthouse marks the most westerly point on mainland Britain. I found this lighthouse quite tiring to reach having traveled down an never ending road and then getting lost somewhere at the end. That evening the overcast sky and calm sea were not great for photography. I did find a few interesting compositions to compensate for this and felt my trip was well rewarded in the end. Here I noticed a swell in the waves would occasionally create this blow hole making this dark chasm an interesting feature.