|The Atlantic breaks against the Isle.|
The Lighthouse stands tall.
What a warm and lovely day.
Great day for a walk with my camera while doing a little beachcombing.
|I sat on the rocks for sometime just watching the Atlantic roll in. |
The birds and the seals are always entertaining.
I thought of many things far away.
|The Sunset was lovely.|
|The water is hypnotic.|
|Low in the sky, going asleep into the Sea.|
|The old lifeboat shed.|
|The South Harbour|
My home by the Sea.
|Limpet Shells bought to shore by hungry birds|
you don't find many of these!
|You see what you want to see.|
|Skin of a Lumpsucker|
I saw 3 hooded Crows picking at something on the beach,
I walked over and found what was left of this dinosaur of a fish.
|A heart can only break if it still has love.|
| End of a Lovely Day.|
Good Night. x
And lovely photos from a lovely day.ReplyDelete
Such beautiful pictures! Never heard of a lumpsucker. Google, here I come. Thanks so much for sharing so much of your surrounding and your life. I have to say if your meals taste half as good as they look, that's reason enough to come and stay for a while!ReplyDelete
Ha! thank you. glad you enjoy the pics. :)Delete
I want to come up there, get immersed in the land and write poems. Just had another tour of Western Isles and was naturally hit by poetry poemblogtwelve.blogspot.co.uk regards, Mark. ps planning a summer trip taking in Orkney and Shetland.ReplyDelete
Lovely photos, breathtaking! The colour of the sea is just amazing.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous moments captured, Tommy .. no reason not to take time to enjoy it!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful photographs ...ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Such beautiful pictures... Thanks so much for sharing.ReplyDelete
Your photos of the lighthouse, waves, the sea and the broken heart are gorgeous.ReplyDelete
Tommy, your photos just take my breath away! What an amazing place to live and explore! Thank you and love you so much for sharing your lovely corner of the world with the rest of us!ReplyDelete
Thank you Becky! xDelete
Oh my, can I come and visit? :DReplyDelete
That place is just unbelievable! It's too beautiful. Like heaven on earth!ReplyDelete
I didn't know that aluminum buoys existed. Wow!ReplyDelete
If I lived here, I think every day will surely be lovely!ReplyDelete