One of the (many) joys of staying at Craigievar on the Cromarty Firth is the constantly changing view from the windows at the front of the house. At low tide at dawn there are wild birds dabbling on the sand banks exposed by the receding tide. In the full sun, the water sparkles. In the rain, the laid-up oil rigs stand out against a grey background. But perhaps the most spectacular of all are the dramatic, yet subtle colours in the sky after sunset.
Last night I was out in the garden with camera and tripod and caught this wonderful sky.