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This year’s Hallowe’en was even eerier than usual because it coincided with a full moon, something which, according to folklore, causes werewolves to take on their beastly forms.
Eva Wolfram, from Campbeltown, sent the Courier this photograph, taken from Peninver, of the nearly full moon rising above Arran last Friday evening.
She said: ‘There was such stillness and beauty in between days of squalls and gale force winds! I appreciated it by going for an impromptu twilight walk on the beach. We’re lucky to live in all this beauty.’