I have had another look through it today and found the following excerpt that I would like to share with you:
“There is no hill range of Scotland which varies so greatly in aspect as the Cuillin of Skye.
With the weather their mood changes suddenly. They smile or are sad; they frown and are terrible. The dun wind from the Atlantic reaches their blue, clear-cut spires, and immediately a mist curtain is drawn across them; before the coming of a storm they clothe themselves with the blue mantle of mystery.
Then there are days (and the day of which I write was one of them) when the Cuillin are alive with benign spiritual forces; when the hill silence tells of many wonderful things; when hill, sky, and ocean glow with life and energy.”
I am wondering whether words from this book might accompany my images for my Final Major project.
Gordon, S (1929), The Charm of Skye, Cassell, London
Skye is magical. Until you have been you cannot understand it’s attraction. Words lead you to some understanding so the book will guide your feelings. These words are relevant in this your quest
I certainly recognised the changing face of the Cuillin.
Sounds and looks so atmospheric. I’ve never been to Skye so maybe it’s time to get up there and have a look for myself…
Many thanks for your comment. You really must visit Skye and if I am there I would be very happy to provide you with information or act as a guide!