Bridging the Lossie

River Lossie Bridge Sunrise

So I cannot deny I happy the festive season and the responsibility to be sociable and kind is behind us so I can focus on photography again. I was just too late this morning to get the really awesome sky that I awoke to – I witnessed it just couldn’t capture it – but anyway a worthwhile trip – muddy feet and a decent shot to start the year with – you are going to see a lot more of my doorstep this year as I rediscover my back yard – less travel more photography.


  1. Your backyard looks plenty good to me. I’m so happy to see your visions of it. If it weren’t for my reluctance to do much travel your region is one I would gladly visit.

  2. I wish you a good New Year 2020, Scott.
    I like your images and I have a question. Do you think it was possible to show additional to the image a map where do you take this picture?
    Have a nice day, Susanne

    1. Susanne I will investigate it, however I am reluctant to be precise as #internet tourism is having an impact on some locations which dont have the facilities for lots of visitors. People can end up damaging locations through inconsiderate parking and littering sadly.

      But I love your art and trustvyou with have a happy and creative 2020 🏴󠁧󠁒󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿πŸ₯ƒπŸ΄σ §σ ’󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿

      1. Thanks for your good wishes, Scott.
        You’re right, tourism often destroys the most beautiful places on earth. With easyjet you can reach every place in Europe at the lowest prices. This has advantages and disadvantages. For the nature it is rather bad but for global thinking and togetherness it is rather good.
        A beautiful first Monday in 2020 wishes you Susanne

    1. Well that is a lovely thing to say – I have decided I get so much from blogging and I am going to be putting a lot more in – not only to my own blog but engaging with everyone elses blogs as there is so much to inspire across all blogging interests. You blog for example often sends me off in tangents or following up authors I am not familiar with.

  3. Who needs to travel when there’s so much beauty steps away? Sounds like a great photography plan. Lovely image!

    1. Cheers, there are several really capable local photographers who truly understand the local area I want to become one of those guys and hopefully see the next stage of development.

  4. That sounds like a ‘proper’ plan. And just to reawaken those dour thoughts about goodwill, etc. I wish you a Happy ‘clicking’ New Year πŸ™‚

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