RMCFF69C–Basalt columns at the entrance to Fingal's Cave on Staffa one of the islands in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland
RMAK2G8N–Isle of Staffa with entrance to Fingal s Cave on the right Off Mull Argyll and Bute Scotland
RMBXW4R9–Boat and basalt columns at entrance to Fingal's Cave, Staffa, off Isle of Mull, Scotland, United Kingdom
RMBDNBJH–Fingal's Cave entrance beneath Staffa Island colonnade and sea cliffs off Isle of Mull, Scotland, United Kingdom.
RFEBHE3C–Island of Staffa and entrance to Fingall's Cave, Inner Hebrides, West Coast of Scotland, UK
RF2D6TEA6–Fingals cave immortalized in music by Felix Mendelssohn. This cave is on the island of Staffa, an uninhabited island off the coast of Mull, Scotland
RMBNEXFY–The Island of Staffa, Scotland.
RMH2EM4K–Entrance to Fingal's Cave, Staffa, Inner Hebrides, Scotland, UK
RM2GMBHT2–Giant basalt columns in Fingal's Cave, Staffa island, Inner Hebrides, Scotland. Waves crest at the entrance to the cave, a tourist attraction since the 18th century. Aquatint drawn and engraved by William Daniell from William Wood’s Zoography, Cadell and Davies, 1807.
RMKKP4RJ–Basalt rock columns of the island of Staffa, Inner Hebrides, Scotland. Entrance to Fingal's Cave on right side
RMH2HJN5–Fingals Cave on the Isle of Staffa Argyll and Bute Scotland
RMFAY514–Mackinnons Cave and Fingal's Cave, a sea cavern, right with just disembarked tourists at the entrance. Staffa. Inner Hebrides.