A visit yesterday into the hinterland took me, in the company of members of the Stewartry Camera Club, to Blackstone Clydesdales near Cumnock.
This is the first time that I have tried my hand at photographing horses….and beauties they were!
Perhaps that accounts for the fact that I only caught his nose….definitely the best part though!
Our Japanese friend Kumi enjoyed her visit to the Mill on the Fleet. Our grandchildren loved her company, especially when she joined them in dressing in the period costumes in one of the galleries.
A final view of our local lighthouse that’s located at the mouth of Kirkcudbright Bay on the small Little Ross Island. This view was taken after the sun had set to our right and the moon was traversing the southern sky.
The sun has set and the island is bathed in the afterglow as night time advances in the eastern sky. Already starting to glimmer; the lights of Kirkcudbright can be seen to the North. The time is approaching when we must return to the boat and head for home.
Little Ross Island lies at the mouth of Kirkcudbright Bay in Dumfries & Galloway.
These old trees caught my eye on a recent visit to Caerlaverock Castle in Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland.
We landed on tiny Ross Island as the sun was setting and as we made our way up to the lighthouse the Earth’s shadow was climbing in the East, which meant that we would be sailing back down the bay in the gloaming.