HAPPY NEW WEEK!
I hope everyone has a wonderful and healthy week!
Please check back to last week's thread to see all of Clare's phenomenal photography from her trip to Mull!!! You won't be sorry!
DIANE – Thank you and yes CLARE’s photos are worth repeat viewings.
Just a thought
If you carry joy in your heart, you can heal any moment. (Carlos Santana)
You're both very kind. I'm putting a link to Part One here - there are links to the next thread on the other three parts.
Right, time to catch up with my photos from my last visit to Minsmere ........!
Our herring gulls are red listed birds. Think about that the next time you hear some flaming idiot calling for a cull of them.
Good Morning. Thank you to Diane for starting us off once again. We returned safely after good journeys both there and back, although I read this morning that yesterday afternoon, a sinkhole opened up on the M5!!!! Glad we didn't fall into it,!! LOL!! Had a lovely visit and met our son, wife & grandchildren in the park, where fun was had by all.
She did smile, later!!
She was ready for a sleep after all the excitement!
Some lovely pics, thank you CLARE and LINDY.
We were away for a few days last week. First we went to see friends who live on the Isle of Seil. They have the most magnificent fews and from their window you can see The Bridge over the Atlantic. We took the dogs out just after we arrived (They have 3 chocolate labs who Benson has met before) and took a bit of a climb to get more views, this time we were looking at the island oft mentioned on here, The Isle of Mull. Next morning our friends took us for a drive round this lovely island. They bought the house about 7 years ago, and had extensive renovations done. Once completed they were ready for friends to visit, guess what......lockdown. We had originally planned to visit in July/August but of course we delayed because of OHs Dad. From Seil we drove to Pitlochry where we spent 2 nights. Although we had driven this route before it was many years ago we had forgotten how stunning it is. Seil is quite lovely and we look forward to returning next year. It is where much of "Ring of Bright Water" was filmed. We also look forward to spending another Christmas at Pitlochry. First photo is the bridge and although we didn't see any, our friends have often seen otters at play, seemingly not bothered by people or dogs!
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