Shades of Blue

Have I got some blues for you! These photos are guaranteed to lift your spirits and chase away "the blues". Many thanks to the photographers who've allowed me to use their images. Blue sofa in the forest. I asked Simone to tell me about this surprising scene and her response is below the photo. Thanks... Continue Reading →

Dynamic Duo in Pink

These two photos seemed, to me, to belong together. Brighter and more showy than yesterday's pinks with a very strong "Look at Me" factor.  They're not keen to share the stage with others but promised they'd behave - as long as there's just the two of them! Flower and bird both show a wonderful pink... Continue Reading →

Shades of Pink

Some very interesting images containing 'pink' have caught my attention recently. It all started with this amazing photo of a Roseate Spoonbill taken by Ted Jennings (South Carolina Lowcountry, USA). Such an array of pinks through to red, incredible! Note that there are pale orange highlights as well - on the tail and under the... Continue Reading →

Pink and Blue: A Gentle Introduction

I've been collecting images in pink and blue - both or either. Having collected rather a lot, I'll split them over several posts and I hope you enjoy them! This post is dedicated to photos that show paler shades of pink and blue - subtle and more easily overlooked. "Thank you!" to the featured photographers... Continue Reading →

Back to Base at Bannockburn

After my adventures in rabbit-land I was keen to get back to the village. I found myself up against a locked gate and was obliged to clamber over a rail fence. A few steps more and I saw this brightly coloured and appropriately themed utility box. I was quite tired at this point and reluctant... Continue Reading →

Brakes Please !!

While at Bannockburn, Nigel and I took a drive down Bannockburn Road and I said to him "I think this is the road that leads to the old stone woolshed, opposite the Nevis road". And sure enough we came around a bend and there was the woolshed. This woolshed is a very interesting structure with... Continue Reading →

Rabbits and Roses

Let's look a bit further at the surrounding area near the pillar of earth from my last post. It was a rough patch of ground with rabbit holes scattered everywhere. As I walked about, the rabbits themselves would take fright and run about helter skelter. Rose bushes were scattered around everywhere too; they're wild and... Continue Reading →

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