A walk around Hoy (this is where i show off yesterday’s photos)

We sailed over to the island of Hoy for a Sunday service with the youth camp and then i took off to take some photos around the north side of Hoy. Its a dramatic and forboding island, wonderfully deserted and isolated. I left the family with friends and went walking for the whole afternoon in the company of cattle, birds, seals and sheep. Heres a few thumbnails to click and enlarge. There are more at Flickr.

Hoy10 Hoy3 Hoy2

Hoy1 Hoy7 Hoy4

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Andrew Jones launched his first internet space in 1997 and has been teaching on related issues for the past 20 years. He travels all the time but lives between Wellington, San Francisco and a hobbit home in Prague.


  • Bob says:

    Great shots, especially Hoy6. It is amazing that the stone lintels are still providing an awesome frame for the view of the firth.
    We are planning a 3 week cycling tour of the Orkneys next August and these photos have just added to our excitement.
    Cheers, Three Cheers, and Blessings

  • andrew says:

    Bob, come and see us at The Sorting Room, a community art space behind the Stromness post office. Free coffee if you read my blog. free wifi also if you have left a comment.
    (actually, its all free anyway . . )

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