Wick’s town crest features sailing ships and a bishop blessing fishermen, to commemorate the Royal Burgh’s connection to connections with shipping and fishing.
Wick’s High Street compensates for the gray stone town scape with splashes of colorful paint and hanging flowers.
Lots of stuff inside to shorten those long, dark Caithness winter nights. And we don’t mean books!
Wick shows off its pride as a Scottish Royal Burgh with an elaborate town clock created all from blooming flowers. But life ticks on even as the harsh winter blaws and blaws with fierce winds from the North Sea, and kills the flowers.