|The View from my Artist Studio - South Lighthouse, Fair Isle.|
Yesterday I made this video... spend a few minutes just enjoying the view.
My artist studio is in one of the buildings at the South Lighthouse on Fair Isle. The view is so amazing sometimes I just stare out the salt covered window or sit outside and enjoy the view and get nothing done. Yesterday the Atlantic Ocean was still crashing into Fair Isle from the Gale force 9 storm the night before... taking this video and being outside in the wind was a bit like sticking your head out the car window at 60 miles an hour. The sunlight breaking between the clouds made such beautiful light on the sea I had to get out of the studio and have a look even in the wild weather conditions. It wasn't the biggest or the most destructive storm... it was just yesterday and I thought it was beautiful, like today and every day is here too.
How peacful and enchanting to look out and see the ocean in all of its formats, coming right at you, inspiring and freeing!!! Thank you , as usual, for the majesty of where you are living Life! It brings me closer to that true reality of Life and Spiritual adventure..that is constantly available wherever we are.......and pure JOY too !!!---MerriReplyDelete
I used to live in that flat as a child in the 50's, must have seen that view many times, wish I still could.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing...I will bring up this video the next time I am being driven looney at my job.ReplyDelete
Fantastic. I love your stories....ReplyDelete
Tommy, I'm watching Ben's show now. I'm loving your puffin designs. And extreme golf. A few years ago I did some extreme ironing on the deck of a yacht, mid Atlantic in a storm. Great memories!!ReplyDelete
Do you sell your hats online? I'd love to buy oneReplyDelete
Thankyou for sharing Tommy, it is so beautiful. I could sit and stare at the sea for hours.ReplyDelete
Tommy other than painting do you do crafts? Enjoyed the show i think you are such a content man! very versatile to the food looked delicious.Merry Christmas when it comes.ReplyDelete
Oh Tommy what wonderful views, am afraid I would get nothing done at all.ReplyDelete