Reached by canoe, I spent a night camping on Inchcailloch Island in Loch Lomond national nature reserve. Arriving late afternoon stepping off the Canoe and walking up the stone steps to be greeted by a carpet of bluebells covering the Island. My initial ideas for my project had been inspired by reading Noo Saro-Wiwa’s book. Saro-Wiwa visits a wetland that is under threat from the growing population and their need for more resources. This is a problem echoed around the world, site designations like RAMSAR and National Nature Reserve help to provide a management structure and protection for these areas.