Pages

Thursday, 12 October 2017

Tap on the Sky


Bit of fun this week,  a tap running water with no pipe only the clouds in the sky#




Tuesday, 10 October 2017

The Quarry



Not far from the caravan site I go to is a walk that takes you along a track that leads to the top of Aberedw Hill.

 Part way up the hillyou go through an old quarry

 The track runs with water that gets very wet at times

  The water runs out of the side of the hill

 Though looking on the otherside you can see the slate has broken up with weathering

 Stood on the quarry top you get a view of where you have come from. Turn around

And this is the view you see. 
Taking Part in Our World Tuesday


Thursday, 5 October 2017

Blue Sky





 I took our dog for a walk along the track out of the village one Friday Morning. I stopped to get a photos of this field because I think in the future it will have housing built on it. I suspect around 500+ houses will be built which will loose this view a big loss IMO


 The Blue Sky looked wonderful in the morning



Monday, 2 October 2017

Here Today Gone Tomorrow


This photo was taken on the 15th September when I went along to this baker shop to buy some some lunch to take home for my son. A week later I was there on the Sunday with my wife and again went along to get lunch only to find the shop shut and whats more totally empty. The place had closed down and everything was gone (just my luck I never thought to take a photo). I thought the Lady's serving looked a little unhappy. Now I know why


The following week I went along out of interest to see if the shop was empty still for a photo only to find someone else had moved in. You can still see the bakers display in the window. I doubt very much if I will be going to this shop. I'm still shocked at the loss of my favourite Bakers

Taking Part in Our World Tuesday


Thursday, 28 September 2017

Rainbow over the Village




I had just come home from work  when I noticed a rainbow over the village with some threatening clouds behind it



Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Mushrooms







View from the Flat



One of the reasons I had visited Dundee was to Take my son up to the job he was starting . He was given a flat to stay in for a couple of weeks and here are some views from the window. The flat over looked the old Victoria Docks

 Looking east you see along the docks and below HMS Unicorn 

 City Quay is a precinct that comprises of shops restaurants and small businesses
 
 And last the West end of the dock
 This was looking out of the flat to the window

 Looking out of the bedroom window I stayed in you could see the Tay Road bridge while in the distance you can make out the Tay Railway bridge
 Going down the dockside the Ship I showed from the window

 Across from the Quay the block of flats

East along the docks 

And finally West

You might have noticed it was very overcast in the photos well this was the reason

  When I went home the next day I encountered this lot and if I had left it any later I would have spent another night in Dundee.
Taking Part in Our World Tuesday

Thursday, 21 September 2017

Moon Shoots


I bought the Canon Powershot SX730 a few weeks ago & decided to try out the zoom. Now I have taken photos of the moon before with my old SX240 but they did not come out like these

 The moon was out in the evening sky when I took these photos

 You can clearly see the craters on this view

 And more lower down

Don't think I ever noticed my photos this of the moon this clear before

This is a stitch of the last two

A week or so later I took the full moon in the night sky
Happy Skywatch



Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Mirabelle







Discovery Point Dundee



One of the places I visited in Dundee was Discovery Point, it was built back in 1986 to take the ship RRS Discovery. I think it is built on the old Camperdown Docks  

Looking from across the Roundabout you can see the Discovery and the Museum
The compass points at Discovery Point
RRS Discovery you can read about my visit to it here
 
The Museum from the waterside 

This was a drinking fountain, not sure if it is still used as one though

This is a commemoration of the  Long distance Seaplane Record  that started off from near this location. I might add during the Second World War Flying Boats were stationed around here

The River Tay looking towards the Tay Railway bridge
I will bring more from the city next week
Taking Part in Our World Tuesday