Gorgeous shots and I particularly love the last one! I do so hope you get more weeks like these! Living in Seattle, I do know how you feel and this past winter I got so tired of gray and rain and cold. Wish I could send you some of our sunshine -- don't know how long it will last though!
That first shot is quite cool - not sure if it's the lens or what but it's like seeing the curvature of the earth - is it the curvature of the earth?Oh duh Marnie, it's probably those things called hills, lol... god, but I'm dense sometimes!Like Sylvia, who's just across the straight, I'd send you some of our unrelenting sunshine. My eyes hurt from squinting!Where is that bottom pic from, Neil? Very nice!
Aw, thank you both, I feel the warmth of your virtual sunshine already.You were right first time Marnie, it's the curvature of the earth. I took it from 42,000 feet. ;-)The bottom pic was taken just off the main coastal road between Stonehaven and Montrose. I'd just turned off towards Arbuthnott and glanced out towards my left when I saw this view. As usual I screeched to a halt, then checked my mirrors.... lol.
Wow, those are some sweet memories. The pictures are outstanding!
Wow, that first one is nothing short of spectacular.Have a great weekGuyRegina In Pictures
Fantastic view.Now and Then
Absolutely love the first two shots so serene and beautiful
I hope summer returns soon! These are lovely shots, all the same.
Smart arse. ;-)
you have beautiful pics..the first one is really cool! and the 2nd one is pretty. The 3rd one makes me want to run around the place. My world is here
it has been raining her a lot too and i cant wait for the sun to come out and hopefully stay out. Lovely pics!
These are beautiful shots. I would have the time of my life just exploring the place. Great Job.
Beautiful shots...That first one looks as though it could be a desktop shot for Windows...
Very pretty! We've had lots of rain too - 15 out of 20 days in June and it's 70 degrees F. Our normal high is 81 degrees.