After this, for the rest of our trip, we could only go to places in the heavier rain, so although we returned to Fairy Pools, and to Neist Point, it was difficult to take many shots, as the cloud was fairly thick, and we had to hide under umbrellas. We did visit the falls at Sligachan, which are worth of a mention for the uniqueness of the name! We also went to Fairy Glen, which is a bizarre landscape of mounds and hills (another landslip!). One of the hills is topped with rock, which is called Castle Ewan. We spent quite a while at this place – visiting fairly late, and in the rain, meant we had the place to ourselves on several occasions, and it felt like stolen moments from Father Time. I set my camera up on an adjoining hill, and then ran up and down Castle Ewan several times in order to take a jumping shot. I was pleased with the finished shot, although it was a lot more effort than ‘selfies’ usually are!. However, I thought that this shot really showed how much I loved this wonderful, rugged, beautiful island. As we prepared to leave Fairy Glen, a Golden Eagle soared gracefully overhead.