It is Sunday, Sunrise Day. And what a stunning sunrise. There is no doubt that it had the WOW factor. The light in the room was the first hint. Throwing back the curtains it was confirmed. We were certainly in for a real treat this morning. I simply had to witness the sunrise over the […]Read more "Sun-Rise-Day"
According to the Met Office, the meteorological winter begins on 1 December, whereas the astronomical winter begins on 21 December 2017. It is only mid November but this past week has been wintry. It feels dark with little strength to the sun’s rays. It is only five weeks to the winter solstice. So sunrise is […]Read more "Unofficially Winter"
Birds were a feature of this morning’s walk in Baugh Township. They were on the electric wires and poles. They were up above in the sky. They were on barbed wire. Wherever you looked there appeared to be birds. Here they are by the Roadman’s Cottage. But the thrill of the day was spotting a […]Read more "Baugh’s Birds"
Bay, Birds, Breakers, Baptist Church Premises, Ben Hynish and Balemartine, Baugh bathed by this evening’s sunset. It is Tuesday morning. Indeed a beautiful November day. And while some engage in seated exercise at The Baptist Church I take myself off and enjoy a walk around the crofting township of Baugh. Hearing the breakers on the […]Read more "Baugh’s Beauty"
An orange glow flooded our home this morning. After days of predominantly grey skies – colour once again. There is no doubt that we appreciated a calm and colourful weather window. At just the right time the clouds parted. The parting gave a window on the sunrise. The view towards the Paps of Jura just […]Read more "Calm and Colourful"
On Saturday we returned to the Isle of Tiree by Ferry. It was a wise decision to travel by ferry rather than by plane. Those who had planned to travel by plane were stranded in Glasgow. Due to poor visibility both flights were cancelled after long waits at the airport. On Sunday the sun shone! […]Read more "Stranded"
‘East, West, Home is Best!’ ‘It’s good to go away. It’s even better to come back home.’ It was great to meet up with family and friends but we are home now. Video-calls are no substitute for seeing the grand children face to face. What pleasure in going to the park and kicking the leaves. […]Read more "Home"