Many of you may know, that despite my age, I am a huge fan of the Fab Four. While not The Beatles, the band that followed, Wings (of which my favourite Beatle, Paul McCartney, was a member) didn’t make bad music – in my opinion – either.
Yesterday afternoon, after a bit of time-out from the stress of the past week, I had to stop to capture these shots of the mist rolling in over the sea.
My mind immediately drifted to Mull of Kintyre, a song written by Sir Paul and his fellow band mate, Denny Laine.
I found myself particularly reflective after breathing in the fresh, foggy air. I was once again reminded that everything happens for a reason; in everything there is a lesson to be learned.
Mull of Kintyre, oh mist rolling in from the sea…
…Far have I travelled and much have I seen
Dark distant mountains with valleys of green…
The lyrics resonated with me. Let me know if they do with you too.
Not sure if it is my Scottish heritage, but I absolutely love this rendition. The bagpipes, while almost melancholy, lift my spirits.