This first picture looks eastwards, almost directly at the site of Camas nan Geall, though its sad ruins are almost invisible even when one is quite close. The B8007, the road out of Kilchoan, clings to the steep slope in the middle distance.
We stopped where the shingle runs out and turned to look back the way we had come. At the back of the nearest beach in the picture, which is the beach immediately below Bourblaige, there are several structures, some houses, some byres, some perhaps animal pens. Two houses lie right at the edge of the beach, and are evidently the same age as the clachan. We sat on two rectangular stones immediately in front of the doorway one of the houses, and wondered whether they had been placed there by their original residents, so that they too could enjoy the view on similar sunny days.
Satellite picture courtesy Bing Maps.