Thanks Hugh, for your Photo Challenge Week 26 : Distance as its given me a chance to post something I never thought would see the light of day on this blog. Distance? Oh I know all about that in my pursuit of THE wildlife image. When I had a 50mm-270mm lens, I kept trying to take Read more about The Eagle has Landed (you just can’t see it)[…]
In response to a challenge from Heyjude-the earth laughs in flowers who this month is looking for Wild Flowers. These photographs of Armeria Martima, commonly known as Thrift, Sea Thrift or Sea Pink were taken a few years ago in my home country of Scotland. The British threepence coin issued between 1937 and 1952 had Read more about Thrift[…]
Hugh’s Photo Challenge this week : Group What do you call a group of men in kilts all going to a wedding? The Tartan Army, of course. And no matter how much time/money/effort the female guests have spent on their outfits, they will pale into ordinariness compared to these Scotsmen in traditional Highland dress.
“Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean”. This image taken a few years ago in an eaterie in a Scottish Amusement Park always reminds me of a 1982 film directed by Robert Altman (originally a play by Ed Graczyk) which I’ve never seen but somehow think I should as I’m sure Read more about Throwback Thursdays: 11: Five and Dime[…]
My entry this week for Hugh’s Photo Challenge:Calm was taken from the jetty in Otter Ferry looking across Loch Fyne, one of the many sea lochs on the West coast of Scotland.