We had a trip of a few days up to Inverness to visit family and friends. The weather was mostly dreich but we enjoyed the trip.
The bridge is lit up in the summer as well, but it’s a lot less noticeable. It fits in well with all the rest of the festive lights though!
Through the mist you can see the pattern of lights on the bridge changes in a pleasing way.
The whole effect of the mist and lights was rather lovely – the north side of the Ness has become quite attractive.
The old footbridge is decorated nicely, too.
Marwyn’s old high school building is still there – it’s now an arts centre.
The architect gets a mention, to record when the school moved out of the centre.
A trip over the Kessock bridge to visit friends on the Black Isle gave us a glowering view of Inverness from the other side of the estuary.
Some of those living locally are still in the dark ages 🙂
The Victorian market looks pretty good, even though a few of the stalls are vacant.
I loved this old sign.
We called at Dores on the way home; I love this view down Loch Ness.
Though if you look the other way, the Nessie hunters make a bit of a messy view.