22 January 2015

TAKE THREE HUNDRED AND FORTY FOUR a

Thursdays are the free for all days, the days to go a bit outside the frame...



The Merganzer you saw here yesterday?  That's it in the longer shot - and even here I had the lens out to about 20x optical.  To the right is Loch Striven and up behind that first point of land is the Kyles of Bute.

The Isle of Bute itself is the greener, middle, leftish 'lump' - the far hills are mainland(ish), being the Cowal Range on the Argyll peninsula.



5 comments:

Sylvia K said...

Ah, and wonderful reflections on the water as well as a handsome Merganzer!! Hope your week is going well, Yam!! Thanks as always for your visits and wise words!!

Joanne Noragon said...

Turning out to be a mighty small duck in a mighty large loch.

Madi and Mom said...

WHAT A BEAUTIFUL VIEW MOUNTAINS AND WATER. MOM WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THAT VIEW FROM HER KITCHEN WINDOW. SHE SAYS SHE IS A MOUNTAIN GIRL STUCK IN A PIEDMONT BODY.
HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF

Uppal said...

Sobriety of the light blue pervades the frame!

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

I wish to canoe here!