Posts Tagged ‘nature’

Blown Away

The weather was truly inclement the other day so I purposely didn’t take the camera out to the car as I thought there wouldn’t be anything to photograph. I happened to notice a leaf stuck to the rain on the roof of my car so ran back to the house hoping that it hadn’t blown away before I got back. But there it was, stuck beautifully to the roof of Henrietta Honda.

Leaf On Car

Bubbles of Light

Dew on the grass which looked like bubbles when the sun shone through it. As I said in a previous post the miniature aspect of nature’s art can be found anywhere if you look close enough.

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Dew On The Grass

Nature’s Beach Abstracts

Sometimes it’s necessary to look at the smaller parts of a bigger picture. Nature excels in artistry. These were taken at Minn Beach, Burra, Shetland.

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Sea And SandShell In SandSun On Waves

Birds Of A Different Feather

How do birds manage to look so adorable. It doesn’t seem to matter whether it’s a perching little blue tit or playful gulls they all capture our attention.

1000 AM Gulls 1000

Wet Leaf Bokeh

We know melting snow can be messy but sometimes, when the sun shines, we can see beauty in other things.

Wet Leaf

Nature’s Force And Beauty

Gorgeous waves over the hill near Hamnavoe Lighthouse. It wasn’t really windy but there was a swell coming in from the gales the previous days. I’ve posted these photos individually instead of in a gallery as they are all beautiful in their own way.

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Waves 2

Waves 4 Waves 3 Waves 5 Waves 6

The Changing Faces of Shetland Weather

Two different images of a lovely Shetland cottage at Meal, Hamnaove.

Rain Shower At Meal, Hamnavoe Cottage at Meal, Hamnavoe.

Circus Acts In My Garden

You never know what you’re going to see when you point the camera out the window.

Sparrow Fan

You Too Can Have A Body Like Mine

Coco

My daughter’s lovely cat called Coco. Sweetest, funniest little thing. She’s dark tortoiseshell but still looks beautiful in sepia.

Coco

Boats, Butterfly and Bird.

Two Shetland yoals at the beach in Hoswick, Sandwick. Here’s a link for the yoal.

A painted lady butterfly alights on a sea pink (or thrift).

On to Bigton and St. Ninian’s Isle where I caught my daughter taking a photo of a wheatear.

Two Boats Hoswick

Seapinks and Butterfly Stonechat 3

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