Possibly some shag as well
No interactions present.
That strange word 'tihc' was supposed to be 'this'. I'd not even had anything to drink - but maybe that was the problem ;-)
recording wildlife with The Recorder's Year on www.hbrg.org.uk/TRY.html.
The left hand photo shows both Great Cormorant and Shag, so I think that you are both right!
I don't necessarily think that there are too many for Cormorant eg the 2008 Highland Bird Report has a count of 18 Cormorants in Glenelg Bay - just a short distance away. Looking at bulk I think there are at least 15 Cormorants in the left-hand picture and the right hand picture shows the bulky neck of Cormorant and large yellow gular patches
OK - I will go with that. In mitigation, only the first pic was posted before I opined.
I reckon that around half (perhaps slightly more) of those shown in the first photo are Cormorants, the remainder are Shag.
Lat/Lng: 57.222082933351, -5.6745457649231
OS grid ref: NG782205