Air Today, Gone Tomorrow: The Haar of Scotland and Local Atmospheres as Heritage 'Sites'
Barbadian Bio-cultural Heritage: an Analysis of the Flying Fish
The Catalan Fishermen’s Traditional Knowledge of Climate and the Weather: a Distinctive Way of Relating to Nature
Haar in Princes Street Gardens in Edinburgh.
Haar over Aberdeen city centre and Town House tower.
Haar on the Forth Rail Bridge in Edinburgh.
Barbados one dollar coin.
Logo of the Barbados Tourist Authority.
Flying fish sculpture at the Grantley Adams International Airport.
Fish processor at Oistins fish market.
A four-winged flying fish.
Boat with screelers and gill net.
Tinted engraving of flying fish, Stewart.
Fillets of flying fish.
Catch of flying fish.
Windy clouds over Mount Montseny.
White horses (Esqueixalls.
Two fishermen in the tavern at the Port of Arenys.
Windy day seen from the fishing boat Tramuntana.
Wall of cloud in the east.
S.W. wind seen from the fishing boat Tramuntana.
Wind from the land (Vent Terral).