It was another misty start to the day, as a young White tailed Sea eagle drifted over the house. But returning from Salen where I was getting peanuts for the bird feeders and provisions for myself, I could see colours galore already, over distant Iona and this display of natural wonders is still offshore with a big golden sky moving north over the Island of Ulva. Will rain follow soon I wonder? Of course eagles would know the answer. But we are now herd animal’s and have lost one of our most important attributes
and that is ‘instinct’ which we all once had I am sure. In fact to survive it would have been essential, like good eyesight and hearing .Bring a camera here of course, but If you can’t get stupendous photographs in The Hebridean Islands its time to give up photography.