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Painting No. 108
The north Sutherland coast stretches across the top of Scotland for about 42 miles as the crow (or gannet) flies. To the north, the next land is East Siberia, beyond the Pole - and in a winter squall it feels like that! Much of this coast is contorted rock strata which rise to cliffs almost 1000 feet high near Cape Wrath and Whiten Head. Seal-strewn caves, soaring rock arches, and probing sea lochs indicate the sea’s ascendancy over the land, while sweeping crescents of white sand between high headlands demonstrates the opposite. This picture is a composite based on Torrisdale Bay near Bettyhill, with the cliffs of Eilean Neave painted closer on the horizon. The light and wind are such as you often experience in an autumn gale when the battle between sea and land is at its height, and the exhilarating cycle of Creation is sharply drawn in the surge of the sea and the scouring streamers of wind-blown sand.