The Coastal Path in Scotland – Harvest Moon

If you are going to be away from light pollution for the Harvest Moon then Islay is better than London.  I’m not sure which I like more – the bright fullness of the moon or the impenetrable thick blackness of the night sky.

Islay Harvest MoonThe moon itself seemed to have stars within it.

7a - Islay Harvest Moon close up

Points in this post (copy and paste the co-ordinates into Google Earth):

  • Harvest Moon from Islay:    N 55° 47.710 W 006° 13.640

Trip Statistics:

  • Date of Visit: 9 September 2014
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2 Responses to The Coastal Path in Scotland – Harvest Moon

  1. Jill says:

    I love how you can see the profile of the craters on
    the right side of the moon in the second picture!

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