It’s been a stormy day throughout much of Scotland.
On the West Coast many ferry sailings have been cancelled.
Tiree has not escaped the strong winds and powerful waves.
The Sunday Sailing from and to Oban suffered as a consequence.
Daylight hours have been characterised by driving rain showers.
At times our west facing window has been battered by the rain.
In a break this evening we headed for the pier.
The view was not disappointing
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Spindrift, swell and breaking waves characterised the scene.
The darkening sky was threatening.
Rain was not far away.
Two or more seals entertained.
They crested the waves.
Diving and surfacing.
.Often these friendly seals by the pier welcome the arrival of the ferry.
Tomorrow they will have to surface two hours later than normal.
Due to sea conditions following the high winds today
there will be an amended timetable tomorrow.
This is ‘Life on Tiree’ with a stormy view down of the pier.