Tuesday, 18 January 2011

Isle of Bute, Scotland

The Isle of Bute is 15 miles long by 4 miles wide and lies in the Firth of Clyde.It is one of the most accessible Scottish Island's.There have been inhabitants on Bute for over 5500 years and some of those early settlers left their mark. The pictures below are of the early Christian monastic remains dedicated to St. Blane who was born on the island. This is the parish of Kingarth.

Bute July 2009 110

Bute July 2009 106

Bute July 2009 107

Bute July 2009 105

Bute July 2009 101

Bute July 2009 102

Bute July 2009 100

Bute July 2009 103

Photos taken July 2009


  1. Great pictures - very interesting.
    If you ever make it to All Saints Church, Woodchurch, Kent, you'll have to let me know.
    I'd love to have some pictures of our Cassingham ancetors.
    Theresa (Tangled Trees)

  2. Thanks for the comment. They are great arn't they. If I am ever in Kent, I"ll remember your request and take some photos for you.