The Sea / The Sky

There is extraordinary capacity for beauty in the sea and in the sky. Often the dialogue between those two planes is delightful.

I like the vastness of the sea; the movement in the water.

I like the depth of the sky; the colours behind the darkness.

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Applecross Bay.
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Flat calm at Kildonan, Arran.
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Three minutes at 1am. Looking from Kildonan on Arran to the lighthouses on Ailsa Craig (L) and Pladda (R).
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Bhalasaigh, Lewis.
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The Outer Hebrides from Neist Point on Skye.
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Clouds rushing past the moon in the middle of the night. Bhalasaigh, Lewis.
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The vast beach at Uig, Lewis.
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The horizon alight. Near Inverardoch, Doune.
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Sunlight driving through the clouds at Calanais, Lewis.
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Cille Bhrighde, South Uist.
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Looking towards Eriskay.  Long exposure at midnight, from Cille Bhrighde, South Uist.
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Three layers of light, from the west edge of Skye.
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The Silvery Tay, from the Dundee Law.
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Latent hostility; the sky bearing down on the sea. From Neist Point on Skye.

 

 

50 thoughts on “The Sea / The Sky”

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