Snow is not a common sight in Nairn but when it falls it becomes a magical place.
Although it indicates colder weather, it’s always nice to see the Autumn colours.
There’s nothing nicer than walk on Nairn Beach especially with a lovely sunset. Lifts the spirit.
After a full day of sightseeing, there’s nothing nicer than a quiet walk along the beach as the waves ripple quietly alongside.
Wonderful sandy beaches and rock pools on the West Beach as well. A great place for a family holiday.
Although still a little cold it’s nice to get out and soak up some sunshine. Photo taken 14th May 2016
The swans are one of Nairn’s hidden gems. Locals and visitors alike always show great interest in the river wildlife.
Lovely walk up the River from the Harbour. Walk to Firhall Bridge and return down the other side. Rippling river sounds and bird song. Very relaxing.
Always nice to see the Gorse adding a splash of colour (also known as furze or whin). Scene overlooks the Nairn Golf Course and across the Moray Firth.
From Nairn beach looking across the Moray Firth and the Black Isle towards snow-capped Ben Wyvis. Photo taken 10th March 2016