One of the highlights of my week on the Isle of Mull was my cruise to Staffa and Fingal’s Cave. Last week I covered the trek with Turus Mara, and today I’d like to present a succinct photo essay specifically about Staffa and Fingal’s Cave.
The famous poet John Keats once wrote of Staffa, in his poem “Staffa“:
Not Aladdin magian
Ever such a work began;
Not the wizard of the Dee
Ever such a dream could see;
Not St. John, in Patmos’ Isle,
In the passion of his toil,
When he saw the churches seven,
Golden aisl’d, built up in heaven,
Gazed at such a rugged wonder.
I hope you’ll feel an iota of the power Keats and I felt visiting Staffa. The photo essay appears on a separate page – without sidebars – because I want to provide you with the largest photos possible. Click the image below or this link to go to the photo essay. Enjoy!