I love to see and smell the wonderful Bluebells growing in a wood in spring. I love to come across a freshly blue painted fence around a garden separating it from its neighbours. I love to marvel at the blue markings on wild birds. But most of all, I love to see the beauty of the blue sky reflected in a still Scottish Loch. How lucky we are in this world of beauty and colour.
This number six of eight in my Scottish series. I hope you like them all and I want to thank you so very much for viewing my work.
NIKON D60 DSLR
Exposure time 1/100 sec
ISO speed 1600
Focal length 55 mm on an 18 – 55 mm Nikon lens
Another spectacular view across the Loch Katrine which ‘David Milne’ took Jackie and I to while we were up in Scotland. The view once again from there was just so fantastic. Minutes after I took the shot it poured down with rain making the calm and still loch quite rough.
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