View across the Outer Harbour of Stornoway

Sunday, 29 January 2012

Sunday 29 January

A bright and at times sunny day, but feeling very cold in the southeasterly breeze. Visibility is very good, as I can clearly see the Applecross Forest (no trees, but hills of more than 2,000 feet), 60 miles away. Glancing at the forecast for eastern Holland, they're going down to -14C as an overnight low by the middle of this week. Fortunately, us in the Western Isles will keep the mercury between zero and +4C through the week. Went on a Sunday morning stroll through Stornoway, which is dominated by empty streets, full of parked cars (of people in church).

James Street

An Lanntair and South Beach

Francis Street

Cromwell Street

Stornoway Town Hall, inside from outside

1 comment:

  1. Lovely blue sky's Guido,even though it's been cold.It's lovely to see the sun shining on buildings etc.It makes one feel so much better.Lovely pics once more,they are so plain too.Loved the feeling of being inside your Town hall.Have a good evening Guido.Take Care God Bless Kath xx