Work continues at the sewer outfall with the crane ship Woodstock 1 that turned up again on Friday having been in position most of the weekend. Larger image here. Last night she was virtually sitting on the sand as the tide went out and if still in that position a similar scene will be visible on this evening's low tide (17.22). Grey cloud behind this scene early this morning advanced towards the town and left a sprinkling of snow which quickly melted.
Out in the Firth there are presently four vessels parked up, three of their names are visible on this regularly updated shipping page.
The grey skies of yesterday morning cleared a little towards evening and Looksharp captured a firey sunset - image here. Looksharp regularly updates his images of the river and beach wildlife, you can see his work here.
Here's a video we made on Friday down at the East Beach - in praise of Trip Advisor declaring Nairn as the best beach in Scotland.