Sunday evening was crowned with a sunset. Monday dawned fair but by the afternoon the wind was beginning to rise By 6:00pm you knew it was going to be a wild night of wind and driving rain. It was indeed a wild 12 hours with the southerly wind gusting to over 50mph. Much of the […]Read more "White Horses And Golden Daffodils"
“Look at that!” “Look at those colours.” “Just look at that sunrise.” In Galleries double-click for Larger Photographs. Mouse-over for Captions Tuesday’s Sunrise “Look at the sky right now!” It has been like that more or less all week. Our eyes have frequently been drawn skyward. There have been inky black moments. There have […]Read more "Skyward"
This morning’ sunrise was full of promise! But of what? Yesterday (Saturday) afternoon was warm and sunny. Reminder to self, ‘forecasts are only that – forecasts’. The weather was much better that anticipated. There was a sunset. But not of the same colourful calibre as the previous days. Today the sunrise was full of promise. […]Read more "Full of Promise . . ."
No! We are not talking our leave of our island home. Rather, the MV Hebrides which has served the Isle of Tiree for much of the winter timetable took her leave this morning. Clyde built and normally serving on the Uig Triangle (Skye to North Uist and Harris), the Hebrides replaced her sister ferry the MV […]Read more "“Goodbye Hebrides”"