After Storm Caroline – December 2017

After Storm Caroline December 2017 – White topped waves of Croig Bay
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – White topped waves of Croig Bay
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Snow covered drive and hill by Killoran House
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Snow covered drive and hill by Killoran House
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – The view over Dervaig
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – The view over Dervaig
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Killmore Church in the Snow
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Killmore Church in the Snow
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – The passing of the storm clouds
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – The passing of the storm clouds
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – View over the valley and Dervaig
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – View over the valley and Dervaig
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Sunshine’s on the snow
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Sunshine’s on the snow
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Mountains etched in snow
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Mountains etched in snow
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Midday in December on Mull, Low Winter Sun
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Midday in December on Mull, Low Winter Sun
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Our Neighbours
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Our Neighbours
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Beautiful snowy mountains
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Beautiful snowy mountains
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Snow, Dervaig and changing light
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Snow, Dervaig and changing light
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Dervaig and the snow
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Dervaig and the snow
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Shot over West Dervaig
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – Shot over West Dervaig
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – The calming sea off Croig
After Storm Caroline December 2017 – The calming sea off Croig

 

Storm Caroline turned out not to be too bad for us, or the rest of Mull, as far as I can tell. I know we have had worse storms since we moved here. The storm itself was not very eventful but the resulting snow and cold air that was bought in from the Arctic was beautiful. Very cold and white. The snow etches the mountains and landscape in such a vivid way that is invisible when not there. It allows the ridges and the peaks to stand out and give the island an even richer character.

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