Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek


After the (invisible) eclipse last month, Dunoon and parts around experienced an unprecedented five-day spell of sunshine.

On what turned out to be the last of those five, yours truly got her butt into gear car on the road and went on a bit of a photo hunt.
















































































































































































There were a couple of surprising things spotted too... will share those next week.  How was your seven days???

27 comments:

  1. I love photo hunts. Pull off the road, take pictures, chat with people. Great days. Good you had a bright and shiny one.

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  2. OMD the First picture is so INTERESTING.... just the right balance of Sea Gull and Sail Boat.

    AND we like the Moss covered Rocks...
    You did a super job on this photo hunt !

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    1. Hari OM
      Thanks guys - Of course I was 'aiming' for the gull... (ahem...) Yxx

      (...do birds know about photobombing???)

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  3. Stunning photos. I luffs the birdies.
    Can't be much longer before those sheepies go for their baff and brazilian!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. Hari OM
      Brrwwhahahahah- actually I was thinking much the same thing! Yxx

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  4. Yeah Fudge ...... well done ...... hmmmmmmmph!! It's that first one that got to Mum. I tried to tell her the yellow flowers were wattle but she wouldn't have it.

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    1. Hari OM
      Charlie mate - it is as pretty as wattle, but doesn't have the allergenic effects. It is Scottish Gorse of course!!! Yxx

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  5. Wow, those are some great photos too! We have many days of sunshine here. In the summer mom complains there is too much sunshine!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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    1. Hari Om
      One can always get out of the sunshine - but one cannot always get out IN it!!! Yxx

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  6. Awesome!! You found some wonderful photos!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  7. Great series! Could I see this land with my eyes... (could I go by the train, about that I wrote in my post - )
    My favorite is the photo of the birch bark against the light.

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    1. Hari Om
      Not quite - train to the other side of the Clyde, then ferry then bus... or visit the YAMster!!!

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  8. Beautiful photos, I always enjoy your photos each week :-)

    Have a scenictastic week & thanks for sailing by :-)

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  9. that are wonderful photos and I love that it looks similar to my area (can HRM adopt brittany please? that would be great!)
    easy rider

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  10. I love your photos and your adventurous spirit!

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  11. Lovely series! Glorious sunshine too!

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  12. Just checking in from Bosnia-Hercegovina. Where it has been cold and windy. Even had snow a couple of days ago. Which was not on the itinerary. Thanks for reminding me what Scotland looks like in the sunshine!
    Cheers! Gail.

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  13. Absolutely beautiful nature shots! Love them all ~

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  14. Lots of birds. So pretty. My oldest son loves birds. I think he wishes he was one.

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  15. I would so love to visit YAM!!!! Wonderful photos... hugs xx

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  16. Wonderful collection of photos. Perfect capture on that wave.

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  17. I like to do the same when the sun is out, to get out and about. It looks like you saw many different things.

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