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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Friday, 18 March 2016

COLOUR. (18/03/16)

I’ve not got very much to show as the weather has been cool and foggy. I’ve had a friend to stay so that brightened up dismal days and evenings.
I love the winter colours and as new growth is starting to show this will be the last of them for this year.
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Now brace yourselves for a rare picture of me and Molly taken by Claire.
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The old wrinkly.
Have a great weekend.


24 comments:

  1. Nice to see you, Adrian.

    I love those winter colours too. Each season has its own besuty if we have the eyes to see.

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    1. Marie, if that is nice I dread to think what you are used to looking at.

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  2. Excelentes fotografias gostei do blog.
    Um abraço e bom fim de semana.
    http://andarilharar.blogspot.pt/

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  3. Yep, not long now before the muted colours of winter are lost and everything will be bathed in full colour and sunshine, although you wouldn't think it by what's on offer here today, overcast grey clouds, after early mist and drizzle and a high of 5°. Winter seems to be still hanging on, I did see my first Hoverflies of the year yesterday so things might be looking up?

    Looking at the pair of you in the last picture, am I right in thinking that there might be a shortage of barbers in Scotland?...[;o{

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    1. Trevor it's cool here today.
      They have all gone to work in London or somewhere civilised.
      Nothing flying here yet but temperatures are similar to yours.

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  4. I like that pic of you. Voice one day, pic the next. We're almost like cousins now. :)

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    1. John, rare things are pictures of me.

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  5. Glad you had some company. Nice pic of you and your dog.

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    1. Linda, yes it makes a change to talk to someone other than the dogs.

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  6. each season has his own colours ! the soft green now is just magic !
    thanks to Claire for this photo of you and Molly !
    happy weekend Adrian

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  7. Marty, she did the best she could with the available subject.

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  8. The chimney appears to be coming out of the top of your head--- no doubt to cool the parts of your brain being overworked by new software challenges..... Actually, a great picture of the gentleman and the doggy.

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    1. Bill, I was going to move or remove it but then thought what the hell. It's a naive photograph. Poor lass is used to a phone camera.

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  9. Nice one of you, grand portrait.

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  10. Lovely shot of Molly and yourself.

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    1. Cheers Keith. I could do with a trim as could Molly but what the hell.

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  11. Pronto esos colres cambiaran por otros más rillantes y bonitos. Nos gusta verte de vez en cuando y no estás tan raro como dices.
    Buen fin de semana Adrian ;)
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Laura, yo debería haber cepillado mi pelo o poner un sombrero.

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  12. I wish I could find a portrait subject with a face as interesting as yours. Minus the chimney growing out of the top of the head, of course.

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    1. Pauline there must be people with wrinkly faces in New Zealand. Chimneys as well. I think I might get some of that botox.

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  13. I think winter is having one last go. Though I have spotted the odd bumblebee (2) and a solitary butterfly

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    1. Douglas it has been gorgeous today but is cool now the sun has set.

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