Sunset through the haar
It’s easy to forget the time when you’re immersed in nature. When the light is this orange, though, you know it must be sunset soon. I’m glad I brought a torch for the walk back along the cliffs and rocky beach.
There’s a Red-Necked Phalarope still feeding expertly in this gorgeous light:
A thick sea-mist, a haar, has crept in behind me but it’s now thinning and receding. I capture the sun shining through it as it sets behind a cairn.
I may have forgotten the time, but I’ll never forget the experience.
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