Some snaps from my afternoon walk. The sun was fading before I set off and I haven’t done justice to the light but sometimes the best part about going for a walk is that you don’t see another soul.
In my defence I am an appalling photographer. Photographs © D. Archer 2014 not that they are worth nicking.
Early morning mist
Bird obscured by branch
cerebral crow’s nests
The Crook of Devon
Dusting of snow
Recent ramblings have taken me back to the stunning Scottish landscapes around the Crook of Devon (in Perth and Kinross-Shire) and I must admit the relative early morning walks were blessed by a cold crisp light that I have failed miserably to reproduce with my Pin Hole camera and turgid technique.
I would strongly urge you that if you get the chance to visit this part of Scotland then DON’T, bugger off, it’s mine, all mine!! Loved the open spaces and the lack of other humans.
All photos © copyright D. Archer 2014 not that they are worth stealing. Landscape copyright G.O.D. circa 14,000,000,000 years ago or depending on your deity.