What You See Is What You Get. This is a journal blog, an explore-blog, a bit of this and that blog. Sharing where the mood takes me. Perhaps it will take you too.

Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

After Christmas we had a burst of bright, crisp clear days... outstanding!!!

These two are of Kingston House at Craigend Park - behind Mac2's flat. (Click that link if you are interested in war history...)
This year sunshine and balmy - below is the same view, same time last year... (from Mac2's flat)

...on Mac2's balcony, the flowers were blooming for crying out loud!!!

To finish today - a teaser for next week's views...

..and that was the 'dud'!!! I was using the panoramic option on the Fudge for the first time and not only did it tell me I was panning too slowly, but I realised I was not far enough over to get best view - and right on the public footway so absolute strangers 'bombing' the shoot!!!  How's your first dozen days of 2015 been?


  1. OMD Kingston House is GORGEOUS... We love all the shapes and lines it has... and such a pretty COLOR.

  2. Absoutely beautiful! Happy Monday

  3. Wow, beautiful! We would love to go exploring in your neighborhood!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

  4. Oh wow, what a great architekture and famous photos!
    The fudge must be a gorgeos thing with a panoramic option (that I've been neede to photograph the rainbow - ).
    Have a nice week

  5. Fantastic castle and beautifully shot photos.

  6. This is a wonderful post. Have enjoyed it and your pictures are wonderful

  7. Amazing lights in your photo and that flowers' color is just so vibrant!

  8. What a beautiful place....fantabulosa!

  9. Very beautiful pictures, it sure seems like a place that we would very much enjoy.

  10. That's a really majestic looking building.

  11. Your world is just amazing! I'm always surprised when our towns or cities pop up around the UK. Silly me. I shouldn't be! Perth, Kingston, etc.!

  12. These are beautiful photos. I love the blue skies.



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