I had to go to Craignure this evening for a meeting so I took the slightly slower route via Ulva Ferry to go and look at the Sea pinks again, at a lower tide than last time. My wild time today was looking at the flowers, and thinking about the problems of Bracken, and how I will dedicate a whole Day of the #30DaysWild to it.. before the end of the month!
What a carpet of Sea pinks!
What a handsome pair of Shelduck...
Looking back up Loch Tuath. It had rained the tiniest amount before I set off and was spitting here - with a low cloud.
On my way home from the meeting there was a haar rising, and the light on the Sound of Mull was wonderful. I saw the silhouette of an owl sitting on the wires with the pale pink light behind it. The roads were wet, it had clearly rained quite a lot while we were indoors.