Thursday, 29 January 2009
Wednesday, 28 January 2009
Being the 250th anniversary of Burns' birth I thought i'd head down to his part of the country. These are the same rolling hills he would have seen from Mossgiel Farm, this shot taken just where the road splits at the monument.
Okay, not quite the Alps, or a herd of wildebeest running accross the serengeti, but in nice light not a bad view by any manner of means.
Tuesday, 27 January 2009
I had never been happy that the times I had visited this tree because the loch was pretty low, so revisited it this morning as, after the recent rain, I knew the levels would be up... and the light was lovely... reflected off the Arrocher Alps in the distance.
Sunday, 25 January 2009
The second from this mornings trip to Loch Lomond - again, this shot has been done to death by many better photographers than me, but it was the first time I'd ever got round to doing it.
I think the overcast conditions helped here, the weather cleared for a bit and the shots I got then look pretty ordinary. Out of the two I've posted, I prefer this one.