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Ill Communication

By Jon_Briggs
As soon as you get off the ferry that takes you from Lamlash on Arran to the jetty on Holy Isle, this is the first thing that you come across on this lovely islet.

Due to the fact that there is a Buddist Monestry on Holy Isle, there is a very serene and laid back nature about the place, and such modern intrusions such as mobile phones are frowned upon.

However, the buddist people on the island are lovely and after walking the island for three hours in the sun, one made me the best cup of Earl Gray I've ever had.

Even if you did want to use your mobile, you can't, due to the fact there isn't a reception on Holy Isle, even from the top (see previous pictures for other views of Holy Isle)

Tags: Scotland Mobile Phone Holy Isle Close-up and macro Destroy Arran Nail Landscape and travel Humour and fun

Voters: Varanus, Lexical, fatherpie and 5 more

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Varanus 13 32 1 England
29 Jul 2008 9:12PM
Great shot, also quite a nice statement!

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Lexical 10 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2008 9:13PM
Great Shot

29 Jul 2008 9:14PM
Cheers for you comments.
fatherpie 9 18 12 England
29 Jul 2008 9:15PM
LOL. Now that's a great idea for my works mobile too!
Thanks for sharing
rowdy 49 13 5 England
29 Jul 2008 9:26PM
All mobiles should end up this way. Dont need em.
29 Jul 2008 10:09PM
This shot made me smile - I agree with Rowdy 49, mobiles, they are the best and worst thing ever invented. Tracey
30 Jul 2008 8:32AM
Thank you all for your comments.

I was reasonably pleased with the way this picture came out as it was the first time I'd ever used Fuji Provia, a notoriously good but tricky film to get right.

I feel that a deeper depth of field would have been better to show the idilic back drop of Holy Isle.

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