Sunday, October 18, 2015

"Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness"

"The stillness and low sun has brought out an intensity of colour that is truly magnificent and day after day we’ve been royally treated to morning skies of pink and gentle mists rolling along the Moray Firth. The evening skies have also been spectacular; pinks and blues sometimes tinged with gold as the sun sets over the hills to the west. And as if Mother Nature has felt that she couldn’t repay us enough for the rubbish summer, she’s thrown in flocks of geese, flocks (or bevy) of low flying swans and jumping dolphins, all merely the warm up acts for her piece de resistance, beautiful starry skies and The Northern Lights. Glorious."

More reflections on this autumn's natural treats on this page here. 


Anonymous said...

What a lovely descriptive of Nairn, and a beautiful photo to come home too, after a short break away.

CTID said...

I thought it was going to be a description of Nairn County's season so far.