Monday, 27 July 2009

My World Tuesday:-






I took these photographs this morning when I went for a walk.





21 Feedback Comments:

erin said...

lovely capture jane...looks like the perfect place to walk and gather one's thoughts.

marcia@joyismygoal said...

Just like I picture Scotland - I guessed correctly!! I went back to check --Its that characteristic craggly rock that makes it so Scottish and a place I so want to visit

Mojo said...

Fabulous cloud formations over the wind farm. (How are those working out there anyway? I've heard mixed reviews here.) In the first two shots I'm waiting for Brave Sir Robin to come galloping along any moment. Brilliant!

To respond to your conjecture on my storm clouds, believe me it was anything but cold that afternoon. At least on the ground. And the storm drove the humidity into the troposphere after it was done, which made things much worse. It was probably 32°C or better when I took that shot.

Sylvia K said...

marvelous shots, Jane! It looks the way I have pictured Scotland, green and beautiful!

Have a lovely week!
Sylvia

Leslie: said...

Just lovely, Jane! Makes me long to return to walk with you...

Jane said...

Thanks everyone:), I am glad the weather was a bit warmer Mojo, as for those wind turbines, well I think there better off being in the sea only.

Thanks Silvia, the weather and the terrain ever changes.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

One of the bushland beautiful sceneries that I miss. Peaceful!

Ebie said...

A peaceful and serene place to go for a walk. Lovely clouds too. I see a lot of those wind turbines here going to Las Vegas and Palm Springs.

Starnitesky said...

A very beautiful place to walk, so much peace.

Babooshka said...

The wind farm caught my eye. I am afraid I find those so mesmerising.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Jane: That was a neat place to take a walk.

Rajesh said...

Beautiful snaps of the landscapes. Loved the all around greenery

Arija said...

Wonderful rural countryside with gates as rusty as ours on the farm.

hip chick said...

That looks like a lovely place for a walk. I love walking in the countryside.

Wolynski said...

What a beautiful walk and lovely photos - you did all that with a Coolpix?

Jane said...

Yes I did Wolynski, I really enjoy using it, and find it nicer than my old one( although that wasn't a bad little camera)it has 12 million pixels as apposed to the 5 I had with the other one-of course I think I am going to have to consider getting a new computer as it may run out of disk space due to the high MB range of the photos. Thanks for dropping by:)

Reader Wil said...

Scotland looks always a mysterious country to me! I was once in Scotland and felt the presence of old tribes and warriors! It's beautiful and melancholy at the same time.

J said...

I like the first one - so incredibly green. I did wonder if you'd adjusted the colour but then with the amount of rain we've having at the moment, probably no need! I'm just from the other side of Brighton, I love the place, my favourite city in the world, but unfortunately I think I'd have to take up organised crime in order to be able to afford to live there.

Jane said...

This camera really does well with colours(I don't even need to sharpen the images in iphoto now), yes I suspect Brighton and Hove are very expensive now-Eastbourne too I shouldn't wonder, we just used to go shopping there and have lunch-I miss the Italian Restaurant we used to frequent-Donatellos-I hope your feeling better J. I think there is lots of mystery to Scotland and lots of history too:)

SandyCarlson said...

Scotland? I thought Ireland! These are wonderful shots.

Jane said...

Thanks Sandy, no definitely Scotlands Sutherland region, I should imagine that some parts of Ireland have a similar terrain.