Neist Point Lighthouse, Isle of Skye, Scotland.
What can’t be seen in these photos is the 60-70 mph winds that were screaming over the the island. Near where I was standing for the first photo was a small waterfall, flowing completely in reverse. No water was making it down the cliff, it was all being blown backwards towards were it came, and soaking me as I had to pass by.
If there was bus service to Neist Point, it would probably be the most popular tourist location on Skye, but since it is a fairly long drive from Portree, it’s only the 2nd most popular location. On a nice sunny (and calm) day it is a pleasant place to hike around and enjoy the scenery – some of the most dramatic cliffs on Skye are here. There is a paved walkway most of the way to the lighthouse, but if it has been raining a lot, bring waterproof boots if you want to go further as there is some fairly evil bog that needs to be crossed. The mountains of South Uist are visible in the distance.