winter sunrise over loch broom vid taken from the gritter on a crackin winter morning in ullapool
Ullapool, Loch Broom, Hunter Seahog Summer Isles Heading in from fishing in bay out from Loch Broom, Ullapool. Nice evening - porpoise and all sorts! Sunset over Summer Isles. Get on.
Loch Broom Skiff Racing.avi St Ayles Skiffs 'Ulla' and 'Coigach Lass' racing during the Loch Broom Sailing Club regatta on 10th July 2010. Next year should see at least four local boats participating in an extended programme of racing. It is hoped that some of the many Skiffs in build around the coast of Scotland will make the journey to participate.
Lambs feeding at shepherdess feeder Lochbroom lambs feeding at an automatic feeder
little loch broom scotland
Ullapool Dolphins 3 Dolphins in Loch Broom
LEAD ME OUT TO SEA. This is a wee film this time using as a backing track the amazing song by Whos Edna and Lead Me To The Sea They are a band i have only just got to know from Edinburgh The film was taken in and around Loch Broom , Ullapool i hope you enjoy the film Andy the Dafthermit
Ullapool to Stornoway A day excursion [May 2008] to the largest and most northerly of the Outer Hebridean Islands, Lewis; from Ullapool to Stornoway by Calmac on a calm still hot day. Soundtrack: WISHBONE ASH - 'Persephone'; this version from the "Past and Present Live". "There's a light that shines on Persephone, Always a fire in her eyes, And the last time that I went to her I could tell things weren't right. I just don't care to see your years go wasting, There's no longer magic in your eyes. In your time, you could outshine everybody else around, But your off-stage ways might be a bore - You take a bow, you take a fall. I came to be here in the footlights, To live with you through every song, And your face displays a peaceful field. I can't believe the curtain has to fall. Now I know your years were never wasted, Tonight I saw the magic in your eyes." It was in 888 that King Harald of Norway added the Hebrides to his Crown - hence the existing Norse place-names of Lewis, Harris, Uist etc all of which derive from those sea-roving Vikings. This video captures the sailing to Lewis from Ullapool. On the east shore of Loch Broom, Ullapool was founded in 1788 as a herring port by the British Fisheries Society - and was designed by Thomas Telford. The harbour is still perhaps the focal point of the town and is used as a fishing port, yachting haven, and ferry port. Ferries, as in this video, sail to Stornoway in the Outer Hebrides. Many of the pivotal discoveries of the Victorian era that ...
Ullapool Dolphins 1 Dolphins in Loch Broom
Ullapool, Loch Broom, Hunter Seahog heading in to village. Sunset Summer Isles. Cracking sunset and flat calm loch, heading home after fishing out the bay. In last couple of evening have had porpoise up swimming by us, otters, atlantic and common seals and caught few fish. Huge of course!
ULLAPOOL TO STORNOWAY SCOTLAND Ullapool is nestled on the shores of Lochbroom about 1 hour North of Loch Ness and Inverness airport. It is the perfect base to discover Ross-shire, Cromarty, Sutherland, The Black Isle and Inverness Stornoway is the main port on the Island, due to its sheltered location with the ferry to Ullapool a regular visitor. The sheltered harbour is the reason for Stornoway's existence and was named by the visiting Vikings "Steering Bay" which, when phonetically translated, became the name Stornoway.
lochbroom drive day
Charlie Roth Part 2 Loch Broom FM
Dolphins off Ullapool Lochbroom, Scotland. part 2. July 9th 2010. Part of megapod that was down Skye the previous week. Heaps of them - small camera phone doesn't do it justice. Cool as.
The Munro Show - An Teallach - Wester Ross 3474ft 1059m OS19 064837 An Teallach is a mountain in Scotland. It lies to the southwest of Dundonnell and overlooks Little Loch Broom, in an area often nicknamed the "great wilderness". An Teallach means 'The Anvil' or 'The Forge' in Scottish Gaelic; although most scholars claim the latter is most correct as the mountain's name refers more to the colour of the terrain in certain lighting conditions, rather than shape. The mountain is mostly made of Torridonian sandstone. Like the peaks around Torridon (for which the rock is named), An Teallach has terraced sides riven with steep gullies and a sharp rocky summit crest. The steepest section, known as Corrag Bhuide, rises above Loch Toll an Lochain. Corrag Bhuide's most spectacular feature is an overhanging pinnacle known as Lord Berkeley's Seat. Sorry about the quality, taken from a VCR of the shows taped off TV. Can we please get the series released on DVD, as it has been deleted ie Can't buy it in the shops!
Vipers Loch Broom FM and in concert at The Argyll Hotel Ullapool Viper Central on tour in The Highlands with The Medicine Shows Rob Ellen on Loch Broom FM and in concert at The Argyll Hotel Ullapool May 4th 2010
Cam Penner Jon Wood LBFM Medicine Show May 18th 2010 Cam Penner and Jon Wood on Rob Ellen's Loch Broom FM Medicine Show. May 18th 2010
Sailing from Ullapool, Loch Broom This wee movie shows the start of the voyage from Ullapool to Stornoway, as the ferry steams its way westwards along Loch Broom towards the Summer Isles and the Minch.
Checking the pot Pulling up our lobster pot but only finding a small crab which I put back. Loch Broom, Ullapool.
the road to Mellon Udrigle part 1 driving round loch broom towards mellon udrigle, scotland
Calmac - Stornoway to Ullapool The final run up Loch Broom to Ullapool
Cloud Hanging on Globhlach, Little Loch Broom in Wester Ross While my wife Lil was driving south east along Little Loch Broom on the way to Ullapool I spotted cloud hanging over the top of Globhlach. By the time we reached the end of Little Loch Broom the sky was clear.
ULLAPOOL / Corrieshalloch Gorge Corrieshalloch Gorge; soundtrack Celtic instrumental 'Last of the Mohicans'. On the east shore of Loch Broom, Ullapool was founded in 1788 as a herring port by the British Fisheries Society - and was designed by Thomas Telford. The harbour is still perhaps the focal point of the town and is used as a fishing port, yachting haven, and ferry port. Many of the pivotal discoveries of the Victorian era that contributed to the development of the concept of plate tectonics were made in this area, and there are still regular international geological conferences! Others, of course, visit here for the scenery, hillwalking and the Seaforth, FBI and the Arch!!! Not to mention those amazing breakfasts in the local cafe! And of course, to visit the Gorge . . . Corrieshalloch Gorge is a National Nature Reserve, a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Geological Conservation Review Site - all conserved (owned and managed) by the National Trust for Scotland. The gorge itself was not carved by the present river running through it as this would never be powerful enough. Instead it is likely that it was cut by powerful rivers flowing beneath a glacier occupying the Loch Broom valley. High water pressure caused by the ice confining the water may have helped carve the gorge. The rocks that form the gorge are 'Moine' rocks, originally sands and mud laid down in an ancient sea around 1000-870 million years ago. So this is a real walk back into time when life on Earth had not yet evolved ...
MV Isle of Lewis sailing out of Ullapool into Loch Broom HD 24th April 2010: Caledonian MacBrayne MV Isle of Lewis leaving Ullapool heading to Stornoway. Filmed with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7 / DMC-ZS3 in HD
lochbroom drive - newton mearns - night movie new detached family dwelling in newton mearns
lee sings at new year (lochbroom) lee singing daniel on guitar new year 2008 at tir aluinn sorry lee! :)
SummerIslesFairweatherV organised trip to the Summer Isles diving from Creag Ard Charters boat and diving in Loch Broom, little Loch Broom, etc. This video was shot whilst diving the wreck of the Fairweather V which sits upright and incredibly intact in just 25m, a 101ft long steel trawler built in 1976 and sunk 1991. Visibility was pretty good as you can see, but loads of Jellyfish!
Ice in loch broom Sheets of ice floating down loch broom 13.12.10. Parts of th loch were frozen over, no much global warming here.
ULLAPOOL / above the BROOM On the east shore of Loch Broom, Ullapool was founded in 1788 as a herring port by the British Fisheries Society - and was designed by Thomas Telford. The harbour is still perhaps the focal point of the town and is used as a fishing port, yachting haven, and ferry port. Ferries, as in this video, sail to Stornoway in the Outer Hebrides. Many of the pivotal discoveries of the Victorian era that contributed to the development of the concept of plate tectonics were made in this area, and there are still regular international geological conferences! Others, of course, visit here for the scenery, hillwalking and the Seaforth, FBI and the Arch!!! Not to mention those amazing breakfasts in the local cafe! Ullapool is surrounded us on all four sides by mountains and contains some of the most beautiful unspoiled scenery in the world with undiscovered beaches, forests, hidden glens with stags grazing, waterfalls, bird sanctuaries to explore, breathtaking twisty single track roads, all warmed by the gulf stream that gives it the tropical garden look with the comparably mild weather. It really has its own micro-climate. Boat trips depart to the enchanting Summer Isles as does a power boat trip that is highly recommended [watch the other video - Seascape adventure]; see seals and porpoises or marvel at the botanists miracle of Hydroponics in Achiltibuie.
Beverley & District Pipe Band - 2010 Grade 3 Selection Trio 2 Beverley & District Pipe Band - 2010 Grade 3 Selection Trio 2. Placed 4/4 playing Wings, Out of the Air, Loch Broom Bay, Louden's Bonny Woods, Molly Connell, Kelsey's Wee Reel.
Sabhal Mor Cottage Sabhal Mor self catering cottage overlooking Lochbroom and the west.
Little Loch Broom A good day trip to the west coast of Scotland from Aspenwood Holiday Cottage overlookingLoch Ness in the Highlands of Scotland. For more information on the holiday cottage visit
Beinn Dearg from Loch Broom walking website presents. Photos taken on a day of our Ullapool holiday. Four of us decided to try and bag the four mountains of the Beinn Dearg massif near Ullapool. It was a fantastic walk, there was quite a bit of snow still around despite it being May. Myself and Steve left the others to finish off the fourth and highest Beinn Dearg which required a short and steep ascent in a foot of snow. Great day and four more Munros to add to my tally. The views of the Assynt giants was inredible!
Leaving Ullapool on MV Isle of Lewis with rainbow over Loch Broom HD 19th April 2010: Leaving Ullapool onboard Caledonian MacBrayne MV Isle of Lewis. Filmed with Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ7 / DMC-ZS3 in HD
Sunset over Little Loch Broom in Scotland
Giant Schnauzer and Alaskan Malamute chasing stones Milo, our Giant Schnazuer and Inca our Alaskan Malamute chase stones and have a waterfight in Little Loch Broom, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland.
Ana Egge LBFM Medicine Show Oct 20 Ana Egge on Rob Ellens Loch Broom FM Medicine Show from Scotlands Village of Music Ullapool.
RIB IN LOCHBROOM 9/4/2011
MUNROS: AN TEALLACH 'THE FORGE' - Cheers Tim - don't think I'll forget that day!! The two Munros of 'the forge' are the 1062m Bidein a'Ghlas Thuill and the 1060m Sgurr Fionna on what is regarded as one of the finest Scottish mountains - ascended from the A832 Rd at Dundonnell. "If I were asked to name the wildest and grandest mountain on the mainland of Scotland I should give the palm to An Teallach (The Challich). It can be visited from Dundonnell, where there is a comfortable little inn, but it is best to go early in the year as it is all deer forest, and strictly preserved in season". "We managed to scramble along the ridge to the sharp peak which is actually the highest part of Sgurr Fiona, but time would not allow of an attempt upon the rest of the ridge to see whether a way could be found round the formidable set of pinacles beyond without involving anything in the way of serious rock-climbing. No finer outline can be found in Scotland, outside the Cuillin Hills of Skye, than that presented here". From the 1924 writings of Arthur Gardner ('The Peaks, Lochs & Coasts of the Western Highlands'). The road from Ullapool takes you past this incredible ridge of pink sandstone and white quartzite collectively known as An Teallach. We did the two summits on the same day although everyone else wisely called it a day afer the first one. Yeah, a pertrfying descent back down through deep snow that had iced over, back to the bealach between the Munro summits. Ullapool makes an ideal basecamp for a ...
Rory Mcleod on the Medicine Show April 2009 Rory lives in Orkney these days and called into the Loch Broom FM Studios to say hello on the way out on this tour, go see him if you can a real star. Rob Ellen
Ullapool Dolphins 2 Dolphins in Loch Broom
the road to mellon udrigle part 2 driving to mellon udrigle round loch broom