Terrific shots, Neil, made even more so by your comments, as always! And as always, make me smile! Who knows about the sun??? ours is so fickle here in the northwest, I assume it's a she! Whatever, this is nature at it's best!Have a great weekend!Sylvia
Lovely shots and Scottish blue skies. Which particular fishing port has given up. There must be quite a few.
Some great shots.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Wonderful photos, they are beautifully composed and great tag lines. Thanks for sharing.Smiles
I think I've spent a bit too long keeking at your halfmoon bottom photo, Neil. ;-)
Beautiful sky watch photos. You captured some really nice photos of the sky in different formation.
Oh wow!!! I especially like the first one! The clouds in these photos are just so impressive!!! Thanks for sharing!! Happy SkyWatch =)
Love the shades of blue in the first shot.
You was inpired by me? I'm flattered. And bit confused by the attention. Humble thank you!I like your spirit over the port. Old houses are so nice. A dot to the i; those lil Scottish flags on those boats. Go blue and white!!! :) Happy SWF!
the 1st pic is magnificent!
Keeking! New word for me, and perfectly apt for these stunning shots.
Awesome Skies....Greetings From Agra India
First photo is a favorite. Impressive.
Keeking? That's a new one. I like the sea port picture and clouds.
Keeking is such a good word.Love that 'giving up the ghost' shot.
Colin - The ex fishing port is Arbroath. But yes, you're right, it could be one of many down the East Coast of Scotland.Ms TB - You'll be all flustered now! ;-)prkl - Your blog and your pics are truly inspirational. My thanks are due to you.Thanks to all of you who commented. I hope 'keeking' becomes a regular part of your vocabulary!
Love the giving up the ghost. The Sun is a female, the moon male.
The sun is male and the moon is female!
The sun and the moon just are. It's our human minds that impose gendered categories.How's that? ;-)