|With all the fair weather we've been enjoying lately we've been spending a lot of time out of doors, and here are a selection of photographs taken in recent days.|
One of three pairs of Shelducks who appear to be nesting in the bay.
Eiders appear in large numbers around Kintyre.
Black Guillemots are less common than the usual variety and come far closer to shore.
The hills above Carradale Bay are a riot of colour with flowering gorse and rhododendrons.
Jellyfish have started to wash up on Carradale Beach. Not all can sting you but better safe than sorry.
Carradale Point, bathed in spring sunshine.