“Coastal, beaches, “rural” compared to larger areas but still bustling – especially in the summer where folk come from everywhere to holiday. Also has its fair share of mountains and snow further inland. Still has large influence from fishing communities. Blues, greens and greys dominate the seascapes. The sea sometimes azure blue and sometimes steely grey with massive white horses running at the Sandy or pebbly shore crashing into the sea cliffs. Small fishing villages with sandstone cottages. Driftwood everywhere. Yellow gorse flowers and daisies line coastal paths along cliff edges and sand dunes. Marram grass always swinging in the breeze. Mountains and spurs of land can be seen across the Moray Firth. You see the hulking mass of the Black Isle, like a huge whale in the distance.”
Acrylic, soft pastel and pencil on paper, 5″ x 6″, 2021.
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