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

Applecross September Sunset

Lazy day but okay as it is windy and no shift at the Inn. Managed to get enough energy together to sort out for an earlier start on calm sea tomorrow. Nipped down to pier with creels and came away with bait and oars and some more creels to drop off at the dinghy as I have two out of my three outboards back. After the day we had here it was not expected that the light would be anything other than grey and driech but predicting light at any time of year on the West is impossible.



Comments on: "Applecross September Sunset" (5)

  1. Nice photos Ali. It looks like you had a wonderful day.

  2. If I’d not seen sunsets just like that in Sutherland, I’d think you were pulling our collective leg. How beautiful, especially after a grey muggy day.

  3. Just beautiful.

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