For my very short stay on Skye I had to go with the light that was offered; time was limited and thus there was no choice, no ability to wait for wonderful sunrise or sunset colours as the light was uniformly grey with some small shards of weak sunlight once in a while.
The flat light makes the viewer appreciate the subtle colours of the winter landscape.
Perhaps a little more of what one expects from a Skye landscape…
A ruined church looms against the sky and wind.
A very distant view of the Old Man of Storr
Proof that humans do live on the island!
View from Dun Beag broch
Part of the Quirang on the Trotternish Ridge
The Trotternish Ridge
I like the light – it does accentuate the subtle colors. Wonderful captures!
Beautiful captures even with the limited light. Looks like one of those very peaceful communities not touched by the happenings of the rest of the world.
Well they certainly knew about the war but Skye is so remote that the war is very far away.
Skye I still have to visit. Those captures take me back to Bonnie Scotland. Good single malt there, Talisker, much appreciated
There is a Talisker bottle with your name on it just waiting for you🤪