Really could not be bothered going out today but there were no langoustine at the Inn so after waiting a wee while for the Southerly breeze to quieten down a bit headed off out about half nine. Looking across at the seals
they summed up my mood perfectly, just hanging out,nothing to do no one to see and no where to go. As predicted the day became calm
and the light for the rest of the day was amazing. A bank of rain combining with a bit of sun to the west made for an unusual rainbow over Applecross Head.
Going to my last fleet saw a bunch of gannets,
do not remember seeing twelve together on the Sound before. Also a “raft” of razorbills and guillemots of about 40 odd. Good to see and they have been rare this year. At the moorings the rainbow show continued.
Shift at the Inn and the light show kept going
To think I could not be bothered this morning.