Not only is Friday scone day at work, it’s also when we finish classes earlier than the other days of the week. Sometimes I stay on late to catch up on marking and paperwork or to tidy up the midden that is my desk; other times I head home shortly after the bell rings.
Today was the first still, sunny day we’ve had in these parts for weeks and weeks and weeks and… Well, you get the idea.
No prizes for guessing what I did when the bell rang today.
Beautiful pictures! I like the last one the most.
Your photos are beautiful.
Oh my goodness, Wendy, these are so very beautiful they made me well up! Isn’t Scotland grand?
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Oh yes , I can quite see why !
WOW- where are these photos taken? I especially like the 3rd one- is that a lake? a loch? a sea-loch? I get confused at some of the Scottish terminology, but am entranced by the scenery.
Your photos are just beautiful, Wendy!
Oh Wow really gorgeous pictures, wish I was there!
More and more I would love to get to Scotland. How!!!!! did you ever get so lucky as to catch that splash? Was that from a fish jumping? No! Not Nessie again. 😉 Such a beautiful day for mid-winter. Enjoy them as you can.
so beautiful! I forgot that we used to have a half day during the week…so nice to be able to take a breath. Had my longest run today so far this year-think you are right 12 in 12 is much more managable! Going to give it a go.
Thank you all – it was a beautiful afternoon!
Margaret – They were all taken in the Beauly Firth, an inlet from the North Sea.
Patricia – No, I kept throwing stones in the water then quickly snapping! 🙂
Robyn – Good luck! I’m off for a run now. 🙂
Lovely photos…you live in a very beautiful place.
What beautiful photos here, they really show off Scotland
I don’t blame you. Just lovely
Your photographs are beautiful! I so love bare branches silhouetted against a sunset sky.
These are beautiful sunset photos.