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Circuit training

After my plea for some guest pictures, there has been a lavish response so thank you to all who contributed.  This one is from Jenni Smith, who during a short holiday walked along the coast from Stonehaven to visit the spectacular Dunnottar Castle. 847 more words

Birds

Greystones back garden blog

Sunday 12 November 2017

There is a bright wind washed sky this morning and the leaves continue to fall. My deck is golden, the flame leaves from the Cherry tree a Winter delight. 138 more words

Nature

Against the Cold

This pretty little Pine Siskin (Spinus pinus) is sitting on a shephards hook in our garden. It’s all puffed up against the cold. Letting those feathers do there job, keeping it warm!

Birds

Wild bird pins in silver

A selection of our solid silver bird pins, painted and hand enamelled to give them their individual vibrant colours.  We do goldfinch, gouldian, chaffinch, bullfinch, siskin, linnet, greenfinch. 11 more words

Silver

Welcome

Today’s guest picture is another from Venetia’s visit to Seville.  I enquired about oranges and she has sent both oranges and lemons.

We had another dispiritingly grey day today so it was no great hardship to spend the morning in the Welcome to Langholm office in the Market Place.  379 more words

Birds

Wild bird pins in silver

A selection of our solid silver bird pins, painted and hand enamelled to give them their individual vibrant colours.  We do goldfinch, gouldian, chaffinch, bullfinch, siskin, linnet, greenfinch. 8 more words

Silver

September 9, 2017 – Eurasian Siskin, European Siskin, Common Siskin, or Spruce Siskin (Carduelis spinus, Spinus notatus, or Spinus spinus)

These small finches are found in two separate populations, one in Europe and another in eastern Asia. 54 more words

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