Category Archives: Plockton
Coullin Candyfloss Spun in soft sugary tufts Across cold black teeth Day 3 of the 7 day nature photo challenge which Amy invited me to join. Click here for day 1, The Dawn Day 2, Mountainous Half-Light. Today I’m inviting a … Continue reading
The day shows herself Letting in light by layers Shade flees to the folds. Taken as the sun rose over the Plockton Crags on Good Friday morning. Find more dusk and dawn images at WP weekly challenge ‘half light‘. … Continue reading
Follow me north and west in Scotland, through the Cairngorms and past Ben Nevis, and we will pass through Glen Shiel and onwards into the Land of the Three Sea Lochs. This is a boarder land which has been deeply … Continue reading
If you have time, come away with me now to the top of the hill at the back of the house. We can climb the rough stone path between the lichen stitched rocks, chasing the very edge of the … Continue reading
Summer has reluctantly released her hold, and the Caileach Bheur of winter has swept across the west coast of Scotland today. She has burnished all the grass copper and turned the sea a wild storm blue. All the old … Continue reading
Some times two tails, and two noses are better than one. The smell of the freshly landed langoustines was just too much to resist.