Pretty In Pink – The Small Isles of Eigg and Rùm viewed from Ardtoe, Moidart by Steven Marshall Via Flickr: On a drive home from east to west along the shores of Loch Sunart, I saw some wonderful light emerging in the west as the sun began to set, so decided to head for Ardtoe to catch sight of the Small Isles of Eigg and Rùm in what turned out to be a stunningly beautiful pink evening sky. There was only the slightest of wind meaning that a calm sea reflected the breath-taking colours and bathed An Sgurr on Eigg and Ainshval, Trollaval, Beinn nan Stac and Askival on Rùm in a wonderful pastel hue.
A type of magick derived from materials and abstract ideas involving the ocean and oceanic world. However, in more modern times, sea witches can also practice witchcraft on or near any source of water: lakes, rivers, bathtubs, or even simply a bowl of salt water. They use witchcraft related to the moon, tides, and the weather, and are believed to have complete control over the seas. Sea witches often improvise on what they have, rather than making purchases from a store or from another person. Common tools include clam, scallop, or oyster shells in place of bowls or cauldrons. They are beachcombers and collect items including seaweed, fishing net, shells, sea grass, driftwood, pieces of sea glass, and even sand. Driftwood can be used as walking sticks and charged as wands.