Eventually got round to having a look at some of the hundreds, perhaps thousands, of pictures which I took during the holidays this year that haven't seen the light of day yet.
I found these lurking in a quiet corner of my hard drive, so decided to dust them of and post them here.
These were all taken during take-off from Sumburgh Airport, in Shetland, on our way home to Norway.
The first one is the village of Toab, in Shetland.
Bay of Quendale and the Quendale Sand which is about 1.6km long.
Garths Ness. It was just to the left of this image that the Braer oil tanker grounded in 1993.
Fitful Head, is one of the most evil looking rocky headlands in Shetland. Siggars Ness.
Shetlopedia, you'll find a bit more info about the area.
Yun's aa fir enoo.
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