In reply to Linda257:
Lovely photos Linda.
I think the sun has slipped out of earths view down here!
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(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
Couple from tonight
Even my solar lights are flickering tonight after having a gorgeous day here today.
Lot to learn
In reply to gaynorsl:
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
Fabulous photos everyone.
Sadly, here, no even remotely photogenic sunrises or sunsets for a good long while, just wall to wall clag (mountain speak), constant cloud in normal definition.
However, we did have sun this morning, and not quite a colourful sunrise (probably just as well, red sky in the morning etc), but it looked good, even at around 06:00, well, put a smile on my face....
Two colourful sunrises on the bounce, though this mornings was a lot more colourful, generally...
For the observant, there is a corvid on the tree, most likely magpie as they nest in that particular tree, though we have had an influx of rooks this year.
Even the garden pond looked colourful!
And looking down the garden.
In reply to Mike B:
Linda257 said:Very nice Mike
It has been a rare sight for me, so I was like a kid with a new toy once I saw the colours emerging.
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