Mingulay is one of the most westerly islands of Scotland.

There were lots of seals on Mingulay, we were told there had been 1200 earlier in the year, but there were only 600 when we arrived.

Two researchers (with seal number details) were studying puffins, a camera recorded numbers at a colony every 20 minutes.

We camped near the school; the only building on the island that still has a roof.

The people of Mingulay left the island around 1910 to live on the near by island of Vatersay.

I assume visitors now are either bird watchers or climbers.