Tommy's "Wild Life" adventures. Lifestyle and island living insights on the most remote inhabited community in the UK.
Fair Isle, Shetland Islands, Scotland. - Population 45 Resident Islanders, 1200 Sheep, 20,000 Puffins and a few rare birds.
Sunset 10:20 pm. June 15th, 2015 - Loch o' Easter Loder, Fair Isle, Shetland Islands, Scotland, UK. Just a small taste of joy. I was alone in the north of the isle and saw such great beauty that words are useless. No wind! just the sounds of the birds and sheep Amazingly, I was not filming at the time, just watching, as I saw the prefect green flash of the Sun as it slipped into the Atlantic.
If you have 2 minutes... please watch this.
Just before the Green Flash...
During the day I met some Norwegians who had sailed from Bergen, After they all had a beer and played my badly out of tune piano, the invited me down to their boat for drinks that night. After photograghing the sunset we drank in the Simmer Dim. What a good time we had...
I've got to get one of these hats!
Bacon-Gull! I think I found another first for Britain! Ship assisted of course... (this is birdwatching humour, please ignore otherwise.) "really fried pork rinds.."
Fishcakes? don't mind if I do... I need to cook with these things I could find some inspiration with these.
OH thank you for the lovely reflections and the MUSIC and fish cakes too!!!!! Looks like LIFE IS GOOT!!! Ya vol? and friends and Love abound....those fishcakes look delish. THANK YOU FOR THE LOVELY VIDEO of the reflections there and sheep sounds and PEACE flowing in j I play it every night now Peace every nook and cranny....thank you. Blessings to all and JOY! Love your site and wait for it each time!!---MerriReplyDelete
Thank you MerriDelete