23 October 2017

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Monday's Critters



Back in the 'summer', during a geocache ramble, a feral budliea was covered in butterflies.

22 October 2017

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SUNdays

This was back a few weeks; early autumn blue skies!

21 October 2017

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Saturday Symmetry



...shed a little light...

20 October 2017

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"If you go through life without finding beauty in unexpected places, then you really have a sad existence."
(Octavia Spencer)


19 October 2017

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Drat. Thursday already?


Gives ya the spins, the way time rattles on.

18 October 2017

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Wings on Wednesday - 
YAM's take on the good, the bad, the ugly and the downright hilarious in photographing birds.



Last week I introduced you to "Scruff". It is a dunnock which is a resident of a neighbour's garden. Can you see the lumps on its legs and feet? The protruding eyes? Not to mention the state of the feathers? This poor wee thing has Avian Pox. It requires that bird-feeder hygiene be top notch in order to minimise the spread of the infection.

17 October 2017

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Shipping by...


the Bro Distributer is a regular visitor up past the Hutch's window... and the MV Argyle runs behind on the regular commute to Bute. Bit grainy; Fudge's lens at full stretch plus it was actually misty, so had to do a bit of post-editing; not very successfully!

16 October 2017

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Roe Deer on a reserve just East of Edinburgh. It was getting dark and they were a long way off. Well done Fudge...