Margaret Walker Visions of Nature
The beautiful Eriskay Pony are an ancient, hardy Hebridean rare breed. They were used by the islanders and have a dense, waterproof coat that protects them from the harsh weather. With only about 400 worldwide, they are now endangered.
Power of Nature
The Atlantic Gannet, battling the wind and crashing waves, mother nature is throwing at it. The gannet is spectacular to watch when fishing. It dives at speeds of up to 62mph in search of fish such as mackerel, herring and whiting.
Ring of Fire
The Scottish Mountain Hare has spectacular camouflage. In summer, their coat is a grey-brown colour with a hint of blue, making them hard to spot in their moorland habitat. In winter, they change to almost completely white to camouflage with the snow.
Natures Light Display
The Aurora Borealis or Northern Lights begin high in the Earth's atmosphere, when charged particles from the sun become trapped in the Earth's magnetic field. The result is a breathtaking, light show.
Belt of Venus or anti twilight arch is an atmospheric phenomenon visible shortly before sunrise or after sunset, with a pinkish glow extending slightly above the horizon and the surrounding area.
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