This past week has brought even more drama than usual to our shores, as winter finally decided to dig its claws in, here in the North West.
Calm, clear and crisp, blue skies gave way to huge, towering storm cells, which descended from the north, bringing plenty of white stuff along with stunning snow bows.
Skye’s Trotternish peninsula (above) and the Isle of Harris (below) were pin-sharp yet ghostly in their wintry cloaks, across the Inner Sound and The Minch from here on the mainland.
A ghostly Harris (above) emerges from a snow bow and the isle of Rona (below) in silhouette on the horizon, to the south.
Harris and the Shiant Isles above and below…