Eastern Bressay is characterised by upland moorlands. Off the east coast is the Isle of Noss. This is a National Nature Reserve run by Scottish Natural Heritage. A small inflatable provides a ferry link to the visitor centre on the west side of Noss.
Bressay; Flada Cap, Fugla Skerry, Holm of Beosetter, Holm of Cruester, Noss Sound and Isle of Noss, Isle of Bressay - Alamywww.alamy.com/stock-photo-noss-sound-and-isle-of-noss-isle-ofDownload this stock image: Noss Sound and Isle of Noss, Isle of Bressay, Shetland Islands, Shetland, Scotland, United Kingdom - CP2HRR from Alamy's library of Cliffs at Isle of Bressay on Shetland.
Isle Of Bressay - Restaurante Carrillo
Eilean Musdile, 1833 (both Alan and his father, near Lismore)
Little Ross 1843 (near Meikle Ross, Dumfries & Galloway)
Skerryvore, 1844 (a reef off the west coast of Scotland)
Covesea Skerries, 1846 (south coast of the Moray Firth, near Lossiemouth, Moray)
Chanonry Point, 1846 (Moray Firth between Fortrose and Rosemarkie, Black Isle)
Cromarty, 1846 (northeast tip of the Black Isle)
Cairn Point (also known as Loch Ryan), 1847 (Cairnryan, Dumfries & Galloway)
Noss Head, 1849 (near Wick in Caithness, Highland)
Ardnamurchan Point, 1849 (Lochaber, Highland)
Sanda Island, 1850 (Argyll & Bute)
Hestan Island, 1850 (Solway Firth, Auchenairn Bay, Dumfries & Galloway)
Hoy High and Hoy Low Lighthouses, 1851 (Graemsay, Orkney Islands)
Arnish Point, 1853 (Stornoway Harbour, Isle of Lewis)