Icy Cold Fyrish

The spirit of the Highlands may be seen in the landscape and the atmosphere that changing seasons gives to places which are steeped in history. This picture was taken on an icy cold walk up Fyrish on the 5th February 2021.

Simply beautiful and such an atmosphere. The detail with the ice and snow on the stone was stunning, breath-taking. The seasons and monuments of the past tell such a beautiful story of Highland life.

Snow falls on the Fyrish Monument

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Winter falls on the Fyrish Monument

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The connections between people and the landscape are timeless. Landscapes are witnesses of memories both good and bad and bear the stories, traces, and scars of historical and contemporary societies. Inspired by this story we would love to know, what are some of your favourite landscapes or land markers in the Highlands and Islands? What season do you enjoy visiting them? Also, how do you feel they represent the Spirit of the Highlands and Islands? Tell us below, we can't wait to hear from you!

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