Tag Archives: Landscape

A Sea of Red and Blue

A few shots of a stunning field of poppies and cornflowers taken on the edge of London Colney in Hertfordshire.

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Cornflowers and Poppies

Now that summer has, by and large, passed us by, here are a few shots of cornflowers intermingled with poppies to remind us that we did in fact have a summer, albeit a brief one.  Taken at London Colney during mid July.

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Around Mull

A few shots whilst out and about in the paradise island of Mull: the abandoned boats were found just outside the village of Salen and a brief stop was a no-brainer; the castles are Duart and Glengorm, the latter now a hotel.

Duart castle

Salen, Isle of Mull

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The Isle of Skye – Neist Point and The Old Man of Storr

I recently had the pleasure of visiting the Isle of Skye for the very first time.  Staying for six days in Ardvasar at it’s southern end, I managed to cover most of the Island apart from the Waternish peninsula.  This will have to wait for my next trip which is most certainly guaranteed.  The Isle of Skye is a simply breathtaking with dramatic scenery around every corner.  The weather was typically Scottish – numerous showers with the odd burst of very welcome sunshine.  My camera had a particularly busy time; having reviewed many gigabytes of photographs I have had to categorise my photographs and they will be spread over a number of posts which will follow in due course.  However, for the time being enjoy Neist and one of my favourite places ‘The Old man of Storr’

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