Two pics and a poem

Bubble-chains trapped in ice, Loch Insh. First a bubble is trapped below the ice, then the ice thickens, another bubble rises … and so on.

We had a lovely walk round the Dalraddy estate, and the views were stunning.

(Poem taken down for revision)

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About sunnydunny

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3 Responses to Two pics and a poem

  1. Frances says:

    What fantastic photos. I love the one below of Loch Insh at dawn. Worth getting up early for. I really like the poem too. The darkening horses are an apt image in this wintry landscape and the line‘No year begins without a mountain blessing’. Lovely.

  2. BarbaraS says:

    Yes, I love that line too; also Cairngorm hansel; a long time since I heard that word used.

  3. Colin Will says:

    Thanks Frances, glad you like it. I’m enjoying your blog too.Barbara: I never know when I’m going to dredge up these old words, but I think it fits here.

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