Monday 31 December 2012

December in Hopeman

Burghead from Cummingston with a snowy Ben Wyvis behind

Apart from a cold snap early on and a bit of blowy weather in the middle of the month, December was remarkably mild and pretty dry.

Ben Wyvis and Hopeman Harbour

Being soft Southerners we thought we may have been feeling a bit chilly by now - but so far so good.

Dark mornings and dark evenings have meant the usual winter torch-lit dog walks, but the weekends and the Christmas break have been a great time to be out and about.

Hopeman Harbour from West Beach

Here's a few views from round and about during December....

Ben Wyvis from Hopeman Harbour

Surfers in the rough - Hopeman West Beach

Near Cummingston

Burghead from Cummingston

Hopeman Harbour from West Beach

Rafe enjoys a winter paddle - Hopeman East Beach

Eider Ducks by Daisy Rock, Hopeman East Beach

Rafe - snow on Hopeman East Beach

Rafe - Natural Arch at Clashach Cove

Beach Art - Clashach Cove

Clashach Cove

Morning gorse over Clashach Cove

Rafe above Clashach Cove

Clashach Quarry

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