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.