Me-Now-Views: Less Speak More Peek

These are the best shots that could be managed last Tuesday whilst I awaited Bertie and Gail - it really was gloomy!!!

These pups were left in the car whilst their human used relief facilities at Loch Lomond.























Looking across at the Falls of Dochart Inn























Killin Water Mill











































Clan Macnab burial grounds

14 comments:

  1. I love the muted colours and the composition of the Killin Water Mill photo in particular.
    Cheers, Gail.

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  2. YaYaOhhh we agree with Bertie the colors are so pretty and the water (you are an expert at water shots) I think we hear it babbling
    Hugs HiC

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  3. Gorgeous photos and love the doggies in the auto awaiting their mistress ~ thanks,

    Wishing you peace in your week ~ ^_^

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  4. Beautiful shots, as always. Now, those looked like Cairns.

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  5. The PEEP POTTIED on the Bonny Bonny Banks of Loch Lomand???

    OMD you are gonna get to see BERTIE... and that means WE will get to see pics of HIM with YOU... RIGHT??? Just like the ones WE have of US with You.
    OMD OMD Meeting in the FURS is the BESTEST.

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  6. OMD, that is just so beautifuls!!!!! I hopes you had tons of funs with Bertie and his Moms!!!! Oh man, Ma just loooooves those pics!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  7. I can almost feel the chill in the air! Beautiful captures!!

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  8. Crikey .... even I think those pictures are beautiful but it sure looks cold over there. If I got left in the car like that I'd probably cook but those poor blokes were probably freezing to death.

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  9. it's so beautiful there... and the gloomy day was perfect to visit the old burial ground... I like such place and I often ponder about the people there, about those who are still there and those who came to visit the ones they lost...

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  10. They all speak about beauty with multiple hues.Magnificent.

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  11. So nice seeing the green! We're happily buried in white, though. xx

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  12. Ah, but somehow some of the gloom makes the photos even more interesting!

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  13. So beautiful! We would love to go exploring at a place like that!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  14. Hello, YAM
    The mix of nature and the man made objects is just beautiful. janice xx

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