The pier of Unst island.
Famous shetland ponies graze near the road.
By the way, there is only one road on Unst island.
Belmont turned out to be a small farm.
With no people around.
This pony seems to be domestic.
The school where 7 pupils go to.
The road to Muness.
The passing by shepherd.
Scotland... Sheep are sacred here.
Muness Castle. In 1627 it was burned by the French pirates, then twice resold, and in 1750 finally abandoned.
Winds are too the northernmost.
Local residents equipped the bus stop all by themselves.
Unfortunately, nothing works here.
The guests can use Wi-Fi for free here.
The Hermaness National Nature Reserve begins with a lunar landscape.
The water is so clean here.
And this is the fulmar petrel.
There are almost no people in the reserve but lots of sheep...
Who walk along the very edge of the Earth.
The view on the South.
Gannets are everywhere.
Beauty. Precipices. Clouds. And a wavy ocean.
One can often see corpses of animals there. Sorry, but there are lots of them...
Baltasound, the capital of Unst.
The northernmost post office in Britain.
The Baltasound Springers Pub is located in the courtyard of the hotel.
Some more pictures from Hermaness.
The end of all roads.
An inhabited area.
The northernmost beach.