It’s always magical to see a seal. And on the Scottish coast, there are chances of seing some. However, you must be very attentive. From far, one can easily mistake a group of seals for a pile of rocks.
That’s what almost happened to me in Lamlash Bay on the Isle of Arran ! At low tide, I was walking along the coast. Here and there, I had noticed several rocks. Strange, some seemed to be moving!
Intrigued, I got closer and I saw a small group of seals. One of them was balancing in a curved position. I wonder how it climbed on that rock!