A view on Fishing,Community and Life on the NW coast of Scotland

Photogenic Day

Due to a lack of time and very busy schedule, sounding like a city man, yesterday’s story is in pictures. No pictorial items of langoustine or squats despite there being a few about.

Lovely quiet morning





and a sometimes strange mix of sunshine and mist



clearing up in the afternoon for some bright colourful views of Milton, The Street


and Dun Caan,


and some dramatic cloud structures.


In between the boats coming back in.



On the way to work on the evening run, rather pleasant-looking west.


All in all not a bad day to be around.

Comments on: "Photogenic Day" (4)

  1. Alistair said:

    Having the Azalea moored next to you and your dinghy in the for ground makes it look like you have increased your fleet, a lick of paint and she wouldn’t look out of place.

    • applecrosslifeattheedge said:

      Up one for a while. It is a sign of spring when the divers come round as they do so the same time every year before heading out west to the islands. She is a wee bit scruffy right enough although her lines make up for it.

  2. Liz Harris said:

    Beautiful scenic photographs…can’t wait til we are up again in May…seems an eternity away

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