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What You See Is What You Get. This is a journal blog, an explore-blog, a bit of this and that blog. Sharing where the mood takes me. Perhaps it will take you too.

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  2. The colors of that rooster are sooo vivid.

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  3. I recognise Suilven! Incredibly, I took Hamish the Westie up there in 2001. It's a long hike however approached and e didn't take the 'shortest' route. Poor little dog was exhausted by the time we got back to the car after 18 miles. It was the longest walk I've ever done with any of my dogs!
    Cheers, Gail.

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  4. wonderful... we love the first photo... how shy the little traktor looks out of his garage ;O)

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  5. As always an inspiring collection of your art. I love photos in monochrome it can realy emphasize shapes.

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  6. Incredible shots and I think the chicken has to be my favorite today!

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  7. awesome! love the COO and the Rooster and the tractor. LOVE that tractor peeking out of its barn door

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  8. Hello,
    Pretty berries! I love the rooster and the Highland cow is so cute. The lake/loch with the Autumn colors is a pretty scene. Beautiful series!

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  9. The rooster is indeed a handsome bird. One of my birding highlights is having seen Gallus gallus in the wild in both Bhutan and Vietnam. Did you experience it during your stay in India?

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    1. Hari Om
      No, this stunner was strutting his stuff at a local abandoned village... type Auchindrain into the search box below. Yxx

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  10. YAM what a handsome pair of critters today. They share the very same lovely shade of copper for their furs/feathers
    Hugs cecilia

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  11. Great selection today, they all make me think of Autumn!

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  12. What an interesting collection of pictures. We love the Highland Coo!

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  13. Your photographs brought some memories today.

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  14. I keep missing your posts in my newsfeed. It's something about that time difference!

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