The Isle of Tiree with its big skies specialises in sunsets. Winter skies can often afford spectacular sunsets. This past month has seen one after another. And each one is different. – Thursday – not the red skies of previous evenings, nevertheless Thursday’s sky was impressive. Friday evening’s sunset cast a glow right round the […]Read more "Specialising in Sunsets"
Tiree has something to blow about. One of the less well known features of the island’s landscape, or seascape, is the blowhole at Sandaig. To the best of my knowledge it is not listed on any of the Tourist Maps or Guide Books, but it ought to be! Previously featured in ‘Life On Tiree’ the […]Read more "The Big Blow"
Remember! Remember! The fifth fourth of November. After a warming cup of coffee in the car we set out for a memorable walk along Balephetrish Bay on the northern coast of the Island. The late autumn sunshine cast a warm glow over the vista before our eyes. Coming down on to the sand the first thing to […]Read more "Seals, Sunset and Sky"