Alan Barrett Images | Intimate Landscapes | Kelp

A recent trip to the Isle of Mull coincided with some very stormy weather, one consequence of which was large quantities of kelp being washed up onto the beaches. Seaweed on beaches can sometimes destroy the vista of pristine sand, but on this occasion the quantity and variety in colour of the kelp made for rewarding photography. These images were all made on Port Uisken beach, in the far south-west of the island.