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

A quiet evening at the Inn so around 7.00pm there was plenty of time for staff and customers to wander outside to watch the amazing sights off to the west. Especially as today it was pretty dreich and breezy with not a lot going for it.


It changes so much in such a short time.



Comments on: "This Evening’s Applecross Sunset." (9)

  1. Fab shots, as ever Ali.

  2. Awesome Ali Macleod, awesome !!!

  3. absolutely stunning Photos; makes me feel quite homesick; just to add to the comment about sharing tables at Applecross Inn, I got a job out of sitting with a lovely couple who had a business in manchester… if you want to sharevthat I am more than happy Happy Equinox Liz x

  4. Braw

  5. No wonder you don’t need to watch tv in Applecross with such amazing sunsets.

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