6 thoughts on “Claigan to Cnoc Mòr a’ Ghrobain (Isle of Skye)

    1. tms Post author

      Indeed they are beautiful, even when stormy! Thanks for visiting and commenting, Lynn!

  1. missusk76

    Very moody series, Tobias. Seems fitting for my concept of Scotland. I love the suggestion of wind and weather; the emptiness and toughness.

    1. tms Post author

      Trying to understand the laws of meteorology, I am becoming more aware of the magnificent drama the skies have to offer to us.

      The nice thing about Scotland was that rain, clouds and sun came and went quite rapidly, presenting us with great light, and great photographical opportunities. And the emptiness and toughness are quite striking, you hit the nail right on the head. Thanks for your comment, Cindy.

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