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

The sunset yesterday evening was almost talked about as much as the food. Room 4 were out early admiring it before their meal.



Customers kept going out and a few meals took longer to consume as the light changed by the minute.


Nothing is ever guaranteed with an Applecross sunset but often when the sun sinks below the Raasay and Skye islands the colours just light up the west.


Not really surprising anymore and where there is a sunset there is usually an Aussie around.


Comments on: "An Applecross April Sunset." (10)

  1. Judy Coplan said:

    Beautiful pictures. Thank you for sharing them. Was good to see you all again this week!

  2. Yvonne Spornitz said:

    Lovely pics, And Thankyou. I have never been to Applecross but was born in Scotland and still miss it MANY years later. I hold to my plan to see an Applecross sunset soon

    • applecrosslifeattheedge said:

      You never know. Be at the Inn hopefully when you do come through.

  3. Gorgeous!

  4. John Richardson said:

    Wonderful pictures that almost match the experience of actually being there and seeing it. And I have to add that the roast lamb I had afterwards put that sunset in the shade.

    • applecrosslifeattheedge said:

      Very little that has not been said about the food already. Twas a good evening all round. cheers>

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