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Red Glow - The red glow of the setting sun looks as if it is reflected back up into the sky ofthe snow covered hills hidden from view behind the woods. Taken at the end of March. 2018.03.31 Evening glow reflected of snow 2930Blog

Red Glow – The red glow of the setting sun looks as if it is reflected back up into the sky of the snow covered hills hidden from view behind the woods. Taken at the end of March.

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Dreamscape - Dramatic skies over Findhorn Bay at sunset, with one of several flocks of geese circling above trying to find a place to bed down for the night. 2018.12.29 FindhornBay Sunset 1064Blog

Dreamscape – Dramatic skies over Findhorn Bay at sunset, with one of several flocks of geese circling above trying to find a place to bed down for the night.

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Dr Grays - The hospital is bathed in evening sunshine after a day of rain. 2018.02.19 Dr Grays 1730Blog

Dr Grays – The dome of the hospital is bathed in evening sunshine after a day of rain, with the mist settling in the countryside behind.

Evening   Leave a comment

'Evening' - Sunset over a very cold Findhorn Bay 2017.12.29 FindhornBay 1071Blog

‘Evening’ – Sunset over a very cold Findhorn Bay

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2018.02.04 Sunset from Equus Roseisle over field 1416

‘Evening’ – Sun setting over the Moray countryside

I have no words …   2 comments

This one is a bit contentious, it shows life as it is, and it isn’t always pretty.

I must confess I have mixed feelings about this image myself, mainly because, as a gardener, I rely on frogs and toads to do their work in the garden, and having witnessed a decline in numbers in recent years already, I was none too pleased to find one of the few left had become supper for this crow.

But such is life, and with Halloween just last Tuesday, I should get away with posting such a gruesome thing. No?

 

Crow eating Frog

Supper

 

 

Rising Red   4 comments

A near full moon rising red behind the town, from last month

 

Near full moon rising behind Elgin

 

 

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