|A snow day at the South Lighthouse. Feb. 3rd |
Still catching up on my blogging... here are a few photos from February.
|South Lighthouse in Snow.|
|I'n this wind swept landscape you can see the snow drifted behind all the rocks thrown onto the ground by the big seas and winds on the recent winter storms.|
|No snow plough needed, - The Auld Haa|
|Caught in a pelting hail storm as the light comes on.|
South Lighthouse at Sunset.
|The relationship between two things.|
|Just another Sunset... viewed from the Auld Haa.|
Happy Valentine's Day.
|The view from up top Malcolm's Head is always amazing and takes my breath away! |
Maybe the experience is heighten because I'm already breathing heavy just climbing up the steep hill side... but Wow! look at that view! Feb. 24th
|(This is the photo I sent Discover Britain Magazine.)|
I was asked to take a photo of myself for a upcoming article in which I gave interview for Discover Britain Magazine's April/May issue. I'm told it is just one of many photos in a 7 page story about Fair Isle where I gave a few comments over the phone. They asked for my full length portrait in the landscape... I climbed Malcolm's Head alone with my tripod, camera and it's 10 second timer. click! click! Fair Isle never fails to deliver it's natural beauty, I even caught a rainbow!
Your photos are stunning as always - thanks for posting.ReplyDelete
Love the Photos. I always await you next post, knowing that I will be somewhat envious of your spectacular and beautiful surroundings.ReplyDelete
Thanks folks! it's always nice to read you're lovely comments. cheers TommyReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning photo's - a joy to look at, thanks.ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Beautiful happy shoots:)))))ReplyDelete
Just mind blowingReplyDelete