We were back on Stoer beach this week.  Once again the tide was low, and the beach was showing off its colours, so I had some fun with my camera.  Stoer beach has a history of constantly changing from being completely covered in sand to being completely pebbly. As storms come and go, so the beach changes its appearance.  At the moment it is half and half!


The stones are a constant source of inspiration as far as colour combinations go.  Some are a simple charcoal grey


whereas others are more complex


and there is always the shapes and colours of seaweed to inspire


I love this photograph, where you can see how faint lines have appeared on one side of the seaweed as it has been moved about in the receding tide:


But there was also fun going on further along the beach, where it took a Westie to demonstrate just how much fun could be had by chasing a rolling stone: