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Rays, rainbows, refraction

The oversized sun as it sinks below the ocean…

I was thinking about refraction while watering the garden, and there was a rainbow in the water.

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We spent the evening watching a spectacular sky show from both sun and moon.

The rippled cloud formation proved a perfect canvas for the sunset; an aerial spectrum from pink to peach until the normally sky blue sea turned purple. 63 more words

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Rush hour in Glenelg

Being jet-lagged provided the perfect opportunity to watch the sunrise- and the dawn rush hour.

This is the busiest time of day- the esplanade is a superhighway for runners, joggers, cyclists and insomniacs; the beach is awash with strollers, paddlers, photographers, dogs, owners, beachcombers inspecting the morning sea harvest (today hundreds of cuttlefish bones). 29 more words

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Scottish fare

Stopping in the Scottish town of Forfar, famous for the alliterative football results (Brechin City three, Forfar four) and looking for lunch, I eschewed the town’s other claim to fame, the Forfar Bridie – a type of pasty. 209 more words


Edinburgh 18-9

An Englishman, a Scotsman and an Irishman met on a train bound for the end of the United Kingdom. Not even out of London and the politics began. 151 more words



The Daily Post photo challenge Adventure

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The storm before the calm

Glenelg Jetty at sunset, taken for the Daily Post challenge Dialogue

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