The Isle of Rum

Rìoghachd na Forraiste Fiadhaich – The kingdom of the wild forest

Rum bho Bla Bheinn

The view of Run from Bla Bheinn (Blaven) in the Southern Cuillin on the Isle of Skye, one November afternoon.

The dynamic, ever changing, boundary between sea and land and air; the sea, bringer of sustenance or hardship; the land, the bare rock beneath our feet, from which we can, for the briefest of moments, bask in the glory that surrounds us; and the air we breath, bringer of weather fair or foul, without which we would not survive.

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