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Painting No. 110
This lovely cascade of sea campion was growing on an outcrop of Lewisian gneiss at the western end of Farr Bay, Bettyhill, in Sutherland. It is a frail-looking flower - its sepals fused into a bladder-like tube through which sunlight glows like a Chinese lantern - yet this plant is tough enough to thrive in salt-splashed conditions and poor soil. Like another coastal plant, sea thrift, sea campions are also found in even wilder conditions on mountain tops. Interestingly, in the far north, such high country conditions can exist at sea level, so one can step from a peat bog to a beach in just 2 strides. The other plant in this picture - the lichen Ramalina siliquosa - looks tough and leathery enough to grow in such exposed places. It only goes to show that you shouldn’t judge by appearances!