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  1. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    Heading out of Oban Bay with the Friday 15.00 sailing to Colonsay.
  2. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    CalMac's MV Lord of the Isles passes the Oban lifeboat Mora Edith MacDonald as she enters Oban Bay with the 07.30 Wednesday sailing from Barra.
  3. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    CalMac's MV Lord of the Isles heads away from Oban with the 14.30 Friday sailing to Castlebay and Lochboisdale.
  4. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    CalMac's MV Lord of the Isles crabs away from the Railway Pier with the 14.30 Friday sailing to Castlebay and Lochboisdale.
  5. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    Leaving Oban for the Inner Hebrides of Coll and Tiree last week
  6. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    Leaving Oban for the Inner Hebrides of Coll and Tiree last week.
  7. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    CalMac's Lord of the Isles approaching Oban with the Friday morning sailing from Castlebay and Lochboisdale.
  8. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    Performing a hand-brake turn off the link-spans.
  9. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    Making her way slowly through the yachts in Oban Bay.
  10. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles approching berth 2 on the 21st May.
  11. LORD OF THE ISLES

    LORD OF THE ISLES

    LORD OF THE ISLES - Leaving Oban 19.6.2012 506 Passengers, 56 cars.
  12. MV Lord of the Isles

    MV Lord of the Isles

    CalMac's MV Lord of the Isles arrives in Oban with the 07.50 sailing from Colonsay. The luxury cruise ship MV Hebridean Princess (ex-Columba) is at the Lighthouse Pier.
  13. Ferry Fine Mugshot 2

    Ferry Fine Mugshot 2

    Could this iconic ferry be related to the 'Lord of the Isles', I wonder? Sorry I was unable to put the CalMac brand on her side, though. Not enough time to do all the things you would like to do at this stage of life....especially when grandchildren have other ideas about what you should be doing!
  14. Miniature of 'LOTI' in context

    Miniature of 'LOTI' in context

    It's hard to show how small this painting actually is. In this photograph, I have placed it on top of a 14 inch x10 inch standard watercolour board, of the kind that I would normally use. Painting a miniature image - in this case, a seascape - is a splendid discipline.
  15. Miniature 'Lord of the Isles' at Tiree

    Miniature 'Lord of the Isles' at Tiree

    This splash was produced on a piece of 7"x5" watercolour paper (Smith's finest!), and therefore qualifies as a 'miniature' in my terms. It's done with brush and paint ONLY - no preliminary pencil outlining. Just splash it on, and hope for the best. You may get the proportions right, b
  16. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    Leaving Oban on Sunday 20th May 2012 for the Isles of Coll and Tiree.
  17. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles leaving Oban on Thursday 24th May 2012 to clear the old berth so the Isle of Mull could dock at 0725 as the Clansman was berthed on berth 2.
  18. Lord of the Isles arriving at Mallaig

    Lord of the Isles arriving at Mallaig

    Lord of the Isles arriving at Mallaig
  19. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles entering Oban.
  20. Lord of the Isles

    Lord of the Isles

    CalMac's "Lord of the Isles" in Oban Bay with the 09.20 sailing from Tiree.
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