Buchan Ness Lighthouse in Boddam, Aberdeenshire, shining its light out into the sunrise.
We’ve reached the point in the year, here in Northern Scotland, where light is scarce. It arrives late in the day and leaves early, by about 4pm. But that low sun does some special things, especially at the beach:
And the low temperatures play with ice and colours…
Above is the large sand dune on Fraserburgh beach known as Tiger Hill. Below, a puddle.
Rivers and lochs seem to reflect back more light than you can see in the sky. Morning reflections at Pitfour:
The sun sets in the woods… What sparks of light have you spotted in winter?