Midwinter Blues

December and early January saw a weather pattern that remained in place for weeks. Storms heading south from high in the North Atlantic swept straight across the country, and we on the west coast seemed to take the brunt of it. Huge seas with such strong winds that the sea scape was a swirling mix of white, greys and blues.

cliff contrast

Now the wind has dropped, the temperature fallen, and we are under high pressure. The sky is sharp and clear, and the low afternoon sun lights up the coast in cold, icy clarity.

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