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7 November 2014

Arnish Lighthouse


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Three sets of pictures, showing the contrast between high and low tide this week. Putting a figure to it, it's actually 5 metres or nearly 17 feet.











Posted on Arnish Lighthouse at 17:44

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That's a really good idea AL. It gives a true picture of the tidal effect. Is that you in the background?

Flying Cat from would it be plagiarism if...


It's I in the top pic, FC. What were you trying to ask - "would it be plagiarism if.."?

Arnish Lighthouse from Stornoway


...I nicked any of your photos like I once or twice did with Tws'... You're very slim...and quite pale...but not flashing.

Flying Cat from considering


And Arnish L. is as white as TWS, with a blackish coiffe (what's the color of your mane, TWS?) ...

mjc from NM, USA


Pink-ish.

Flying Cat from a hard stare


Nah, FC, that's the sunset

Arnish Lighthouse from Stornoway


Good place for a tidal generator ??

Off shore view from a tidal perspective


Lots of good places for tidal generators (see www.emec.org.uk) but windylights seem to be sexier to the pollyticians, so have had better funding into research so far.

Flying Cat from rather proud to be living in Orkney




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