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Polished   2 comments

Polished - Starling in his Sunday best - 2018.04.16 Starling 3735Blog

Polished – Starling in his Sunday best

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Greens and Greys   Leave a comment

Greens and Greys 2018.03.04 Lossie Estuary 2158

Greens and Greys – Green waters on a very high tide at the river mouth at Lossiemouth East Beach

An Lochan Uaine   Leave a comment

The clear waters of the Green Loch not far from Aviemore in Scotland, on a sadly dull day. Definitely worth another visit in better weather.

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On the Lookout   2 comments

We came across these, purely by accident while on a trip through the Scottish Highlands. While we were admiring and photographing the view over the landscape on one side of the road we hadn’t realised we were being watched from the other….
Not the thing to do, being careless around these beasts, I don’t think the fence that separated them from the road would have held the stag back if he had taken offence at our presence. Alas, we parted on good terms.

On the Lookout - Red Deer in the Scottish Highlands

On the Lookout – Red Deer in the Scottish Highlands

Aquilegia   Leave a comment

Columbine, Granny’s Bonnet   –   Aquilegia

Aquilegia

Aquilegia

Stress Relief   2 comments

Lavender   –   Just a very quick one today for those who are already suffering from Christmas induced stress (does it really get earlier and earlier every year or is it just me?), as I am still busy working on a drawing commission that I would desperately like to get it finished this weekend. Have a good one, folks!

Lavender

Stress Relief – Lavender

Jewel In The Shadows   Leave a comment

Forgetmenot   –   I found these during a recent walk at a local beauty spot. My intentions were to get some photographs of the trees which should have been presenting with some lovely autumn colours, as they usually do in that location, and producing some stunning reflections in the still waters beneath them. It turned out though that the colours of the trees lack sparkle this year, and it doesn’t look as if that will improve before most of the remaining leaves will blow off in not too distant autumn storms.

Instead I found these little marvels on the banks of the small loch, which is actually a man made trout fishery. I hadn’t realised they flower so late in the season, and I am seriously tempted to see if I can get hold of some to grow in the garden. I much prefer this wild version to its more showy garden cultivars.

Jewel In The Shadows

Jewel In The Shadows

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