Lorna skiing deep powder snow onto the Correen Hills as the sun sets, with crepuscular rays striking up from behind a cloudbank, prelude to a great show of evening light
A blood red sunset seen through a narrow band of clear air below snow-laden clouds
On another evening, chillingly cold clear air, fortunately with no wind, and a lovely quality of light.
Alone on the ridge - just a set of tracks in the dusk, and realising what a very special experience this was
A winter sunset like a Turner painting, smouldering into the dusk.
And skiing on into the night until it was fully dark - but in no way black. Above us, Orion's blaze, dominating the winter sky. Later on during this evening we switched our head torches off on the way back through the forest and just stood, absorbing the stars, a swathe of the milky way and the silence of a deep frost in the snow-stilled forest - it was an intense and wonderful experience, and reason enough to be out.