Kilchattan bay lies on the southern end of the Isle of Bute and has distinguishing reds sands and exist due to the geological fault that passes thought Rothesay and down to Scalpsie Bay. Some of the rock formations you see around the southern tip of the island are lava like.
the sands are home to abundance of wild life, there are sand worms which we saw a couple fo curlew's feasting as we arrived to the little coastal village. the sharp disappeared as another couple advanced their across the bay.
This bay seems so isolated only the storm clouds could enhance its vulnerability.
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