glow
,
I’m rewinding to early August with this
story, and a late walk at Yellowcraig.
It’s funny sharing this almost a month
later as the evening light has already
changed so much in the last few weeks
as the days creep shorter. So with this
story, I want to hold onto the glow of
this late summer light and the way the
sky shifted from blue to orange, and
all the gentle hues in between.
,
That moment when you walk
down through the dunes and the
view opens up.
Yellowcraig
,
Here, as we reached the beach, I’d
no idea how beautiful the light
was about to become.
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The sand dunes have been
pushed back by the storms of the
last few years. Coastal erosion is
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,
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This is what I love: watching Harris
striding out along the beach, on
an adventure.
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,
,
,
,
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This calm - it was so beautiful.
,
,
I shared this video just after this
walk, but here it is again, in
context. The three birds you can
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,
,
the patient one.
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,
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To the west, the sky was glowing
orange; to the east, the clouds
were tinged with pink from the
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And this, as we left the beach,
looking towards Fidra (next
photo) in the last of the light.
,
,
Saturday 8 August
Yellowcraig, East Lothian
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vegan / yoga / exploring ♡ Harris + Bracken interiors journalist 📍Scotland

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