Out there…. across the Minch. The Isle of Harris – hard to believe we were there on holiday just a couple of weeks ago, it seems ages since then, already.
It looks so near, on days like these and yet is so far…
On days like these, especially, I treasure the fact that I can wake up to this view – even on those days when I can’t see it for the mist or rain, just knowing it’s out there makes me smile and most days, pinch myself. It’s never taken for granted, not for a moment.
Shifting my view slightly left, to due west and over the dunes, I see Skye.
The Trotternish peninsula, the northernmost part of the island, includes the other-worldly landscape of the Quiraing.
… and further down, the island of Rona, which lies in the Inner Sound, between the mainland and Skye.