Here we have one of the coldest weeks for years, everything frozen, stock feeding heavy on the sheep food. Deer hungry, (that is another story) but stunning days with wall to wall sunshine for 7 days, to-day cold and cloudy but even then the clouds were unusual to say the least. Heather was getting burned on Raasay, Gairloch and not a lot of boats about or planes passing over, just very noisy wind.
A Selection of Photos This Week from Rona.
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Those ‘spaceship’ clouds look like Lenticular Clouds. We had these when living in Andalucia! A bit warmer generally than a winter in the Hebrides!
Hi There, we get the lenticular quite often, coming in off the Atlantic the weather is everything, big skies and big winds up high. None to-day, just grey!! Bill
stunning photos, thanks – are those colours for real ? they’re so vivid I wonder if they’ve been enhanced a bit
Hi There, the snow and frost are getting a hurry to-day with rain and gales, it was nice when it lasted. I try my best not to work on the photos, sometimes they are squint or need cropped but the colours you see are what we get. There are settings on the camera to make the colours vivid just like Fuji Velvia but the light has been so clean just now and clean, lovely. The sun is low. Cheers Bill
Thanks Bill … I am so glad the colours are real life, your clear air will have a lot to do with it, not like it is here in London … when I’ve been in Cornwall, north west Scotland or west Wales on holiday I see those colours but then the air is scrubbed fresh in from the Atlantic