Decided to take advantage of the fabulous weather (and the fact that I can now hobble about on the ankle with aplomb!) and pottered down the west side of Skye after I shut Lynne's Art Shed for the evening. It was lovely to sketch again and the scenery (often cloud covered) revealed itself in all it's glory. The Cullins were majestic (top left) and the MacLeod's Tables (bottom) were so clear - it was a delight to draw them. To be fair, they're always a delight, it's just nice to see them cloud/rain-free.
The top right scene (Ardtreck and Bracadale Points) is a new one for me. I've been meaning to draw this for ages. Usually I whiz past on the way either here or off the island and don't really give myself chance to stop for more than a moment. I love the glimpse of the lighthouse on the end and aim to pop back again over the next few weeks - it's only twelve miles away, which is virtually next door in highland distance...