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Wiblog - Paul's Wibblings

07/07/17

Last weekend, being our birthday weekend, saw me heading south to Cambridge and then afterwards on to Hampshire to see the family. ...  read more ...

19/02/17

50/365 - Falls of Foyers

I wasn't great today so we went for a drive and chanced upon the Falls of Foyers. We've been to signposted waterfalls before and been disappointed but this one was quite something. Individual photos don't do justice to the size of the thing so this one is three landscape format photos stitched together vertically with hugin - look at the trees at the top.

15/02/17

46/365 - Gemini Explorer

Beth's post to Facebook sums up our outing today:  read more ...

12/02/17

43/365 - Findhorn Beach Huts

Unlike the Hopeman beach huts these ones are brand spanking new, being built this year and I believe some are still for sale. I'm slightly surprised they were allowed to build them at all but it has been very sympathetically and carefully done.  read more ...

03/02/17

34/365 - Lochindorb

No PoTD yesterday as I was too busy with work. Today I paid for that with a mig so in the afternoon we went for a drive over to Granton to see some friends and on the way we stopped off at Lochindorb to take some photos of the castle. I did take some closer to the castle, but I like the sky on this one with the castle in the distance in silhouette.

27/01/17

27.5/265 - Hopeman Sky

As I failed to take a photo yesterday here's a second one for today.

27/01/17

27/265 - Beach Huts

We went to Hopeman today and I came across these cheerfully painted beach huts.

25/01/17

25/365 - Burns' Night

Crappy phone photo this as I had other priorities, but you get the idea.

17/01/17

17/365 - Fyrish Monument

As it was a nice day (and mild, 10°C, in January!) we took a wander up Cnoc Fhaoighris on the north side of the Cromarty Firth to visit the Fyrish Monument.  read more ...

14/01/17

14/365 - Waves

We had a wander around to Burghead today where it was a high spring tide combined with a big swell so waves were breaking over the harbour wall. You don't really get a sense of the scale of the thing but the wall the wave is breaking over is probably eight feet high on the land side.

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