The simplicity of the Moray Coast at Nairn stunning empty beaches – no more than that
Rather than depressing you by reflecting the horrible weather which is currently spreading across Scotland – I thought I might share an oldie which has been re-edited utilising my current knowledge – I hope you agree it displays lots of detail on a lovely calm spring day. Somewhat unlike the 70+ mph winds streaking across the country as I post. Keep safe
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I would like to take this opportunity to wish all my followers a Very Moray Christmas
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Experience the age-old craft of whisky making at first hand. Dating from 1786, much of the buildings have changed little, from the old cobbled courtyard to the distinctive double pagodas, making it one of the most picturesque distilleries in Scotland well I think so anyway.
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I have always preferred post sunset light as it is far less intense allowing the sensor to cope much better with the myriad of colour. I secretly love the fact that most people dissapear once the sun has dropped not realising that the best is yet to come.
That said I am conscious that the sky alone is simply not enough to whet the appetite you need some foreground interest – here I was spoiled by both the reflection and the small rockpool. We have had a week in Skye since my last post (keep watching for the shots)
I have also been without broadband for nearly 14 days so I am looking forward to being inspired by all your blog posts so the future is bright the future is Orange :-)
Well I am currently spoiled for choice in what I can post, as I have a reasonable backlog of posts awaiting an airing – but on this occasion I thought I would appeal to Britain’s dog loving population for some cheap likes :-) This is Benji he is a Springer Spaniel – hes not actually my dog but my fiancée Mandy’s, but I love him to bits and he does keep me relatively fit – This is not usually the the type of shot I publish but I caught him hoping for a WALK and posing perfectly – enjoy – normal landscape, Lighthouses and Castles will resume shortly.