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16 October 2014

Arnish Lighthouse


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Winter Wonderland

I can't come close to Isles Pictures for quality of winter pics, but I'll just post this little gallery of Stornoway under Snow.



Second to that, the question is justified: HOW OLD AM I???



Posted on Arnish Lighthouse at 11:26

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We have had quite a bit of snow here as well, which is rather unusual in Brittany. I always visited my friends in Lewis in the summertime and your photos make me want to discover the island in its winter clothes. Even though it might prove a wee bit cold on the deck waiting for the lighthouse to appear on the skyline. Is Arnish the one greeting incomers on the left handside of the Ullapool ferry?

Michèle from Nantes, Brittany (France)


Michèle, Arnish is on the left as the ferry enters the harbour. The light on the right, further out, is Tiumpan Head Light on the eastern extremity of Point (marked as Eye Peninsula on many maps).

Arnish Lighthouse from Stornoway




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