DVD2 in the series Sea Kayak with Gordon Brown will feature a fantastic journey around St Kilda.
The remote cluster of islands and sea stacks sits fifty miles out in the North Atlantic.
There's a slideshow with some of my images below.
Much better shots by Douglas Wilcox of SeaKayakPhoto.com are here along with his gradually developing story of t he trip.
What an amazing place to kayak! A double UNESCO World Heritage site.
The blizzard of gannets overhead create a deafening whir of wings. The sheer scale of the cliffs and sea stacks assault and overwhelm the senses.
Both the cliffs and the stacks are the highest in the UK according to the National Trust who own the islands.
To minimise our impact, and because we couldn't wait weeks for perfect weather, we travelled and lived on board a 'mothership' to help us film and make the most of the weather.
I'm capturing the rushes now, and I'm confident we have some great footage for Volume 2, released a the end of October.
The DVD will also feature archive cine footage of the first kayak crossing to St Kilda made in the 1960s by Hamish Gow.
Among the twelve kayakers in our group was Donald Thomson who in 1991 led the first there-and-back crossing to and from the islands and has made something of a study of them, the ideal tour guide.
We all are hugely grateful to the crew of the MV Cuma, Murdani, Gary and Louise.
And of course to the star of our show, the Saint who never was; the glorious, gorgeous St Kilda.