Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

Sharing with you, today, the piccies of the critters spotted on the recent outings with Mlle CG.
































































































The gull was nesting right by the door of Rothesay Castle! The heron flew in just as we were about to leave... and there were, of course, many, many, many, lambs!

Little Ringed Plover


























...can you see what I see???











































...and another gratuitous beauty-scene.  Jus' 'cos...

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16 comments:

  1. The lambs grow up so fast these days…
    Cheers!
    Gail.

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  2. How bucolic. And, er, wet, too.

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  3. Hello, being an animal lover I just love all these critters and images. Wonderful post, enjoy your week ahead!

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  4. Are they really seals basking on the rocks!!! Mum tells me she saw seals when she walked along Kinshaldy Beach…in fact…she doesn't shut up about it!!!!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. Hari OM
      Yes your Agog-ness, lots and lots of seals!!!.... mind you I would question the kind of 'seals' mum spotted at Kinshaldy.....8~0... Huggies, Yxx

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  5. those seals are funny balancing on the rocks like that - love the picture of the seagull

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  6. OMD Calves and Lambs and SEALS!!! All in one post. Amazing!!!

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  7. What a lovely mix of critters. Of course the sheep are my favorite!

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  8. Wow, there are all kinds of animals all over the place! Me and Stanley would love to sniff them!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  9. That gull photo is beautiful, YAM Auntie!!

    -Ruby

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  10. Crikey ....... Mum wants to hug all those critters. Well not the birds and surely not the seals. She can't stand my fish breath after I have sardines. How would she go with those blokes????

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    1. Hari OM
      I'd go hug the seals if it wasn't 2'C and wet... mind you, in this fey land, 'tis said to smooch a seal brings out the Selkie... Yxx

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  11. What a beautiful group of critters!!!

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  12. that's a fabulous teaser photo... seals or no seals that's the question :o)
    easy rider

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  13. I love that top photo. It's as if the cows on the left are afraid of being left out of the photo and are leaning in just a tiny bit! Very funny.

    I knew there must be seals in that photo, but it still took me a little time to see them!

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