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Callander and Gareloch


17 comments:

  1. Oh my word that rainbow!! And your sister is a lover of RED too
    Hugs HiC

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  2. love the trees, stunning to me. I love trees and these are amazing. I like the train coming out of the trees and would love to ride it. I have a passion for trains

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  3. Beautiful!! I love the rainbow!

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  4. All very lovely nature shots ~ of course I love the rainbow!

    Happy Day to you,
    C & Z

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  5. Breathtaking! Such wonderful shots of the promise of spring!
    Purrs
    Marv

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  6. Loving that rainbow!!! Your photos are just so crisp and sharp and detailed - all gorgeous.

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  7. Crikey ..... I see you haven't lost your touch. AND that rainbow sure looks inviting but I'm in no hurry to climb it just yet.

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    1. Hari OM
      G'day Charlie mate - so good to see you!!! Am glad to hear you are not planning any rainbow trips, we've had too many of those in Blogville of late. Hope your mum and dad are both well. Sending Love. Yxx

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  8. I love it... it's a little bit like the begin of a story ... all is quiet and no one is there and suddenly a rainbow appears...

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  9. Wow!! What a beautiful journey! What a wonderful capture of the picnic table and passing train!!

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  10. Such lovely photos - I can almost smell the freshness from them. It's been quite some time since I've seen a rainbow, so I'm especially enjoying yours.

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  11. Stunning photos!!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  12. Great views--I think we tend to overlook the 'normal' or 'boring' bits of nature, but they can be fabulous images. The blue train is an awesome capture and, of course, that rainbow is stunning!

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