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Travel Tuesday: Viewpoint

When traveling, sometime you can find signs directing you to certain places where you can have a fantastic view of a famous building or a beautiful sight. Here, on the Isle of Skye, you don’t need these signs. Keep you eyes open while crossing the island and you will fill the memory cards of your camera very fast.

A small road with nearly no traffic and suddenly this view is in front of you.

Take care!

 

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Travel Tuesday: gorse

gorse / Stechginster (Ulex europaeus)

Initially, this plant belonged to the colder parts along the Atlantic coasts of Europe. But, it spread out enoumeusloy by men. When british settlers dicovered the world, they took seeds of this plant with them. It’s spreading very easily and it’s hated by many people because it supplants local plants. So it’s called a neophyt, a  invasive species.

But, I have to admid, it’s a very nice plant when blooming 🙂

Take care!

 

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Throwback Thursday: mouse view

There are different ways to make images more interesting. One of the technics to do this is changing the point of view. You might remember my post on this a couple of weeks ago. Here I used an existing small animal’s trail for bringing your eye-level way down to the eye-level of a mouse or a frog.

Take care!