Fair Isle, measuring at just 3km wide and barely 5km long is Britain's most remote inhabited island. It can be found marooned in the North Sea between Shetland and Orkney. Due to its location, it is not the easiest place to get to. But once you set foot on the island, it truly is a puffin paradise and with almost 24 hours of daylight during July it is a photographers dream. The coastline that borders the island may not necessarily house the biggest population of puffins in the UK, but it is difficult to argue that it isn't the most beautiful.
Guided by award-winning photographer Kevin Morgans, the NaturesLens Puffins of Fair Isle photography trip offers an opportunity to add the distinctive brightly colored bill & puffy cheeks of the Puffin to your photography portfolio.