Me-Now-Views; Less Speak More Peek

Weeellllllll, a little more speak with these ones, as they are some of the more inventive shots from the Saturday outing with Mac1. We had set off a little later than planned; you know how it is when sisters get nattering - especially after a long time without - and although we packed a picnic, the plan was to go over to Bute and eat at the Musiker.

Mac1 put paid to that by saying, 'do we need to'? It was starting out like the night before! That's okay. It proved to be for the best this time. More on that later. Just enjoy these for now.



























13 comments:

  1. You have such a good eye for an interesting shot.
    Cheers, Gail (still recovering from yesterday!)

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  2. Hello, wonderful collection of images from your outing. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  3. Really love that one especially looking over the bridge with all the rich brown shades! Just beautiful!

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  4. Can't wait to hear what you did! How come the Fudge ALWAYS takes great pics.

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  5. Beautiful! You certainly nose how to take a stunning photo Aunty Yam….I is relying on you at the B.A.R.!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  6. Is that a tractor seat at the windfarm? Little mysteries of travelling with you.

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  7. We bet that Poor Farmer had a Sore Butt at the end of a day out in the fields... Maybe he put a pillow on it.
    Love the pics.... all of them... you have an amazing Eye fur the Attractive.

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  8. You got some great shots but we are really drawn to the one on the bridge.

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  9. What a wonderful place to photograph ~ great shots ~ Love the colorful mural creation ~

    Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

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  10. Very nice!! I also love the shadowy bridge shot!

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  11. the bridge over the wild water is a wonderful place... it reminds me a little of this song by Simon&Garfunkel :o)

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  12. I used to yell at my sister for not finding a Welsh place name on the map soon enough (long name, big map, two seconds in), but I think we are now a bit more mellow about it all. Mind you, we will be taking the lady-voice with us. Although we might need to shut her up before she gets thrown out somewhere in Slovakia!

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  13. I can see why so many Scots headed this way. Our geography isn't dissimilar!

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