Wednesday, 19 August 2015

Trip to Ailsa Craig Island (Part 2)

This is a view taken from the pier of part of Cushendall village which is in County Antrim.  The other two photos were taken at the River Dall which runs through the town and yesterday I showed you the video of both the Grey Wagtail and Dipper.  If you missed it, I have added it at the end of this post.  




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22 comments:

  1. Such a soft and green landscape. Thank you so much.

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  2. How agile is that Grey Wagtail! I've never seen a Dipper. THANKS for sharing these beautiful birds. Have a great day. Jo

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  3. Beautiful views and a great video. Both the wagtail and the dipper are cute birds.

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  4. Hello margaret, it is a pretty place! I love the first shot, a lovely scene! And I enjoy the video again too! Have a happy day!

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  5. The view from the pier is lovely even on what appears to be a dreary day.

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  6. What a calm and beautiful place,the sound of water always adds to the feel of comfort!!

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  7. Lovely scenes. Green trees and flowing water always speak peace to me.

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  8. Lovely spot even with the hanging clouds. We used to live on Antrim Court I imagine it was named for your county there. Is the water that color because of iron?

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  9. Very peaceful. It is cloudy here too. And cold right now!

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  10. Oh how lovely! Those rocky shores are wonderful.

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  11. I really like your first photo of the foggy riverbank!

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  12. NOW I know why they call them wagtails! Video sure helps! :-) And how neat to get the footage of the dipper, too. Loved the beautiful scenery there as well. Wonderful post!

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  13. Isn't it wonderful how the Creator made such wonderfully diverse birds. The bouncy wagtail and the more subtle dipper. Thank you for using your talents to share your part of the world and its creatures.

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  14. Love that first shot especially!

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  15. Rivers are so wonderful ... That sense of peace that the water provides but also the thoughts about traveling onward and outward flowing on to bigger things!

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  16. The wagtail certainly lives up to his name!

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  17. Lovely green landscape.
    And nice video.
    Hugs

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  18. What amazing views !!! Great photos !!
    Greetings

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  19. Hi! Nice captures. Thanks for sharing.

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