I sit here writing with a cup of tea by my side. It's my third since I returned home from an early start to collect a camera trap but more on that another time. It's windy outside. Dull too and the forecast is for rain. The sky is the kind of featureless grey that adds nothing to a photograph. Should I head down the coast to do some long exposure photos in the 20+mph SW wind? Should I drink more tea? Decisions, decisions!
I quite enjoy these wee photo blogs as the images do the talking. I do enjoy writing but it's something I need to be in the mood for. I often write great openings in my head and chuckle away at myself, convinced that it's catchy and funny but no doubt it's eye-rollingly (not sure if that's a real word?) cringe worthy and I often find that getting beyond the first line or paragraph is the hardest part! maybe it's the lack of tea? Maybe it's the early start? Who knows? I guess bad grammar and made up words don't help either and adding lines that have no relevance and are impossible to follow (like this one) and end up going nowhere make the job twice as hard! I'll stop now. More tea then I'll continue....
10 minutes later...
Okay. Enough of that! I've had more tea now and have made a decision about what to do today. Again, more on that later.
Here are some images from previous Autumn and winter photo days in the Highlands. The kind of thing you can expect to see on our guided tours or one day workshops.
No captions this week.
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Enjoy your Sunday.