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Sail Away

Smithiesshutter is making a comeback with hopefully another five years of blogging after having used up all the 3GB of library memory on the original blog, and is now set up to deal with a new… 184 more words

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Landscape near Borgue 2

The road from Borgue village towards Kirkcudbright runs through a landscape type called ‘drumlin pasture’ which is characterised by low rounded hills that were formed by the retreating ice many thousands of years ago. 30 more words

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West from the Borland Road

Sometimes, just sometimes, the sky is enough.

This one is particularly painterly and was taken on the Borland Road, just south of Borgue Village.

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A Wooded Shore

An early February view taken on the western side of St Mary’s Isle, Kirkcudbright Bay.

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Home from Home

A secret shore made comfortable! ┬áThese home comforts were found along the shore line on St Mary’s Isle, Kirkcudbright Bay, Dumfries & Galloway, Scotland.

A misty February morning however, is not the time to stop and have a siesta!

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Edge of the Dark Forest

An experimental mood overcame me as I walked down into the woods on St Mary’s Isle in January. It was a grey misty day and as I walked, I took long exposures without pausing. 41 more words

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A Dark Day on the Dee

This is a typical winter scene in these parts.

The River Dee is tidal here and the tide is out on a very misty, cold and grey day, just upriver from Kirkcudbright.

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