I enjoyed yet another early-season pilgrimage to the West coast of Scotland this Easter. I have often been even earlier in the season and there was more life to see by going a little later. I joined friends from the Bristol Underwater Photographers Group, including regular buddies Trevor Rees & Rob Bailey and linking up with fellow underwater wildlife shooters Jason Gregory and Colin Samuel to re-visit Loch Creran (which was really murky) and then Loch Duich and Loch Carron. Whilst the South coast was battered by stormy weather, we experienced some good diving conditions in these cold sea lochs and were rewarded with some lovely photo subjects. This time there seemed to be an abundance of nudibranchs (sea slugs)- a range of species and some really large specimens. Great trip- thanks guys.