Sunny evening, 6 June 2018

Thursday, 23 September 2010

Thursday 23 September

A gradual improvement in the weather, with rain and showers fading through the day. We saw the sun again before midday, although it did remain quite breezy. The filling of the skip continues.

Another windfarm is on the cards for the Isle of Lewis, something that nobody really wants. I am an opponent (as if the previous sentence hadn't already made that crystal clear), and think that other forms of renewable energy should be tapped around this island, other than windfarms which are a blot on the landscape. People come to visit Lewis because of the desolate wilderness quality of the interior.

On the Barvas Moor road



From the Barvas Hills

1 comment:

  1. We have them on the horizons here in the Lakes Guido. I noticed some on the Western Fells towards Ulverston. They have them at Millom and of course we can see them from Morecambe in the Irish Sea. They are a blight for sure!