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  • Hi, HappyGrower image

    Super shots and it shows you are obviously artistically talented, although, as I recall you've posted them before.....Great for those who haven't had the pleasure of seeing them before and it is a new thread.

  • Hi David image

    Yes I posted them last year in the summer I think it was?

    thank you for the feedback most appreciated.
  • You're welcome, HappyGrower. Didn't intend any snub, just troubled with this elephant memory. image

    I really like the monochrome shots of 'Guy' and 'The machines'. image

  • No worries David

    didn't notice a snub.


    I suffer from that and fat fingers some times.

    mono is 1 of my fave styles of shooting but I tend to cover

    all bases and shoot in colour and maybe convert later to b/w.
  • Or even a day only of mono shooting image

  • image

     Just a light flurry of snow, on a very cold, crisp, sunny morning.


     .......but will soon be that time again. image

  • LesleyKLesleyK Posts: 4,029

    Gorgeous Davidimage.  I generally find that my sons birthday at the end of May is when I can walk in bluebell woods.  Small woods - but beautifulimage.  Keep warm todayimage

    Fantastic pics Fairyimage.  They almost make me want to limp up to see those views but I'll rely on youimageimage.

    Grest, interesting pics THGrowerimage.

  • FairygirlFairygirl west central ScotlandPosts: 42,229

    Is that near you David? Looks lovely image

    To save your limp Lesley...a few from today in Glen Fruin

    Across to Ben Lomond , Crianlarich hills on the far left

    Looking east and a glimpse of Loch Lomond

    Just my fairy footprints on the summit approach

    The new ice encrusted fence on the top


    Nice ice...

    Looking back up to the bealach on the way back



    It's a place where beautiful isn't enough of a word....

  • chickychicky SurreyPosts: 9,964

    How beautiful Fairy - hope you were wrapped up warmimage

    We did not inherit the earth from our grandparents.  We’re borrowing it from our children.
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