Gallery (Shetland Islands Scenery):
Sumburgh Head Shetland
Sumburgh Head and lighthouse, pictured on a bonnie sunny summer afternoon.
St Ninian's Isle & Tombolo:
The beautiful isle of St Ninian's connected to the Shetland mainland by a sand tombolo.
Spiggie Bay: 'Afternoon Sunshine'
Pictured on a lovely sunny summer afternoon, one of the most picturesque peaceful and quiet beaches in the Shetland Islands.
Ness Yoal 'Rerwick Beach' Shetland
The Shetland Yoal, A traditional wooden boat from the Shetland Islands Scotland, the boats were initially imported from Norway in kit form up until about 1890, after this they were built locally in Shetland.
The boats also carried a square sail which was used in suitable weather conditions, there are still examples of the Yoal in use today and with the advent of Yoal racing regattas in recent years there is a new interest in the building of these very good sea going craft.
Sumburgh Head Lighthouse
Sumburgh Head lighthouse was the first to be built in Shetland and is now a listed building. Designed by Robert Stevenson, grandfather to famous author Robert Louis, the building was constructed in 1821.
The lighthouse buildings have been renovated and restored by the Shetland Amenity Trust at a cost of £5.4 million and are now a world class visitor attraction.
Spiggie Bay Sunset
Pictured on a tranquil summer evening, a picturesque peaceful and quiet beach in the south Shetland Mainland.
Scord beach looking towards Fitful Head, the beach is situated close to Sumburgh Airport in the South Shetland Mainland.