Wednesday, 8 April 2020

Walk on coastal path

A lot of the world now is asking us to isolate but we can go out for a walk to get fresh air and some exercise so probably for the foreseeable future my photographs were taken during my walks and today these are the images I saw on the coastal path as I walked from Ballyholme to Groomsport. The first shot is a kissing gate, (probably not allowed at this present time),Brent on the beach,and just things I found until I spied these Eagles in someone's garden!









I appreciate you visit and comments.

I may not be able to comments as much as usual as I seem to be busier with my many groups so that no one gets cabin fever, so I hope you understand that.
Difficult times for everyone so stay safe.

Tuesday, 7 April 2020

WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY

A lot of the world now is asking us to isolate but we can go out for a walk to get fresh air and some exercise so probably for the foreseeable future my photographs were taken during my walks and today I watched these Turnstones as I drank my coffee overlooking the village of Groomsport.  In the last image I give you a CHALLENGE. How many Turnstone are in this shot? 
I am linking with WILD BIRD WEDNESDAY.









I appreciate you visit and comments.

I may not be able to comments as much as usual as I seem to be busier with my many groups so that no one gets cabin fever, so I hope you understand that.
                                  Difficult times for everyone so stay safe.

Monday, 6 April 2020

THROUGH MY LENS

A lot of the world now is asking us to isolate but we can go out for a walk to get  fresh air and some exercise so probably for the foreseeable future my photograph were taken during my walks and today we are in Groomsport village.  I usually bring a flask of coffee with me and this is where I stopped to enjoy these views.  Can any one tell my what plant this is?  I thought it was garlic but it does not smell of garlic! The Eider ducks were displaying and what a lovely sound they make.  It was idyllic there.
So I ask you all to join me daily.
I am linking with THROUGH MY LENS.






I appreciate you visit and comments.

I may not be able to comments as much as usual as I seem to be busier with my many groups so that no one gets cabin fever, so I hope you understand that.
                                  Difficult times for everyone so stay safe.

Sunday, 5 April 2020

SUNDAY THOUGHT

This certain hope of being saved is a strong and trustworthy anchor for our souls, connecting us with God himself behind the sacred curtains of heaven.
Photographed at the Ulster Folk Park.

Many thanks for visiting and also for leaving any comments.

Have a Blessed Sunday.

Saturday, 4 April 2020

SATURDAY CRITTERS

As you may know, in the UK we are still allowed to walk in the fresh air but not in a group so now my early morning walkers walk solo but report in daily on a WhatsApp as an encouragement to all the members.  So these photographs of the Heron, Chiffchaff, Bullfinch and Little Grebe were taken at the Conlig Reservoir last week, near Newtownards.
I am linking to SATURDAY CRITTERS.






Each day I try and take a different walk taking photos and I now have several of my groups that are on WhatsApp and so daily I am spending more time editing the images so that members can see nature and keep in communication with one another as we are all in isolation.  So, I have not had  the same time to comment on your posts but I do look at them.  It is taking all of my time still making a daily post of my own!

Many thanks for visiting and commenting.
Please stay Safe.

Friday, 3 April 2020

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS AND THE WEEKEND ROUNDUP

Time for Weekend Reflections and The Weekend Roundup and the letter is N and Number. My first image with REFLECTIONS is a NAUTICAL one and has a NUMBER of yachts in it and was photographed on one of my early morning walks down at the Bangor Marina.  The remaining NUMEROUS images and information were taken at the Ulster Transport Museum and all the images have a NUMBER in them.  Probably more "N"'s in the script but that is for you to find!!!



















Each day I try and take a different walk taking photos and I now have several of my groups that are on WhatsApp and so daily I am spending more time editing the images so that members can see nature and keep in communication with one another as we are all in isolation.  So, I have not had  the same time to comment on your posts but I do look at them.  It is taking all of my time still making a daily post of my own!

Many thanks for visiting and commenting.
Please stay Safe.

Thursday, 2 April 2020

GOOD FENCES

As you may know, in the UK we are still allowed to walk in the fresh air but not in a group so now my early morning walkers walk solo but report in daily on a WhatsApp as an encouragement to all the members.  So this photograph was taken from a breakwater path at Flood Gates, last week, near Newtownards.
I am linking to GOOD FENCES.

Each day I try and take a different walk taking photos and I now have several of my groups that are on WhatsApp and so daily I am spending more time editing the images so that members can see nature and keep in communication with one another as we are all in isolation.  So, I have not had  the same time to comment on your posts but I do look at them.  It is taking all of my time still making a daily post of my own!

Many thanks for visiting and commenting.
Please stay Safe.