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More dramatic photos of Wick harbour during windy weekend


By John Davidson

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Dramatic scenes of waves crashing over Wick harbour were seen at the weekend as stormy conditions hit the county.

Caithness recorded strong south-easterly winds on Saturday and Sunday, causing large waves to batter the rocks and harbour walls.

Neil Holden captured these images of the drama as it unfolded and shared them with the John O'Groat Journal.

Wick harbour in the wind on Sunday. Picture: Neil Holden
Wick harbour in the wind on Sunday. Picture: Neil Holden

The wind had calmed to a degree by the start of this week, with a thaw well under way after days of freezing temperatures.

Wick harbour in the wind on Sunday. Picture: Neil Holden
Wick harbour in the wind on Sunday. Picture: Neil Holden

If you want to share images from the county, please send hi-res photos (at least 1MB jpg files) to editor@nosn.co.uk

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