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13 Wednesday Apr 2016
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At this…to me at least; three sheets to the wind and all that…point I am contemplating just as to how you could have, ‘lost your camera batteries up a hill’…likely an insomnia moment as the PI in me has to fathom out how! Thanks for that!
well, I will put you out your misery. I have had bad luck with cameras and needed a new one but was not paying the earth, given all that. SO the camera I bought uses 3 small batteries as opposed to a rechargeable one. Dahling you just can’t get the cameras these days. Anyway, not only does it use 3 batteries but if you leave them in for any length of time they go low. So there I was, faffing with fecking batteries on this hill in the rain, in order to preserve them for the weekend, the irony being that I dropped one somewhere or other……
Kate Furnivall said:
Wow! Stunning views. Love the reflections in the waters of the Lochan, though Wilbur and his umbrella look sadly disappointed to be in only one pic. Thanks for sharing your glorious mountains with us.
Well there was me thinking it 8.05am when it’s actually 9.05am. Forgot that today’s watch hasn’t been changed to summertime yet! Moving on though, what a curse…a camera without a recharge…wouldn’t last 5 mins with me as I can lose anything…indeed my tickets for the football arrived in the post on Tuesday and I’ve ‘put them somewhere’! Right then, into town for coffee that I hope rids me of my mild hangover then back to do a bit of writing, mind if the sun stays out maybe not…a gorgeous last three days here in Hellfire…16 degrees yesterday…the thermal vest will be coming off soon!
Kate Wilbur is deeply hurt. He bought the umbrella specially. But I am sure hamstah Dickens will eat it so it won’t go to waste. The water at the Lochan can be amazing. I have autumn ones where it is a mass of indigo and gold, almost impossible to tell which way up the pictures go. Such a lovely place. Lovely to see you and thank you for liking the pics. xxx
Mike, my Mr cannot go a day without losing, keys, wallet, phone…. I did not know the camera was like that till it came. Got to say for 20 quid it takes good pix though. A hangover? You???? Never. (Ps quite it about the weather doon there xxxxx)
Kate McClelland said:
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Kate, so kind as always xxxxxxx Thank you
Lovely photos Shey 😀
I should check your hamsters eyes if I was you. The one with the glowing eyes ate your spare batteries. You were followed ! lol 😀 ❤
I mighta known and here was me thinking I had the place tah myself. xx
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Thank you my angel, I saw your post and it is awesome.. It must have taken you ages to research and write but I loved it. And thank you for your kind comments. it is lvoely there. Hope life is treating you well x
I am speechless (for once). The photos of Glencoe just take my breath away. I’m so glad you share them with us all. Having friends all around the world make this planet seem like such a small and intimate place sometimes. We each can learn about other countries and build bonds. Love these pics, Shey. xxx
I love knowing so many folks from all over. Learning all about their towns, villages, countries, lifestyles is one of the perks of this writing life, I ‘d say. SO glad you like the pix Noelle. It was so lovely there and I wanted to capture it but sometimes you just don’t. I was astonished to see the clarity of the photos. Hee hee the camera gods were kind to me.
Shey, my Scottish blood meant I wanted to dive right into those photos! Glad you ‘found’ these photos for the hamstah dudes. Stunning setting. I can only imagine how it feels standing on that hillside. The loch is beautiful.
It is something else standing on the hillside. I had it to myself in the rain. I just wanted to get out in it, Mr wasn’t too well earlier and I didn’t think we’d get, so when we did I didn’t give a toss re the rain, I just wanted to savour every second. The loch is gorgeous. it is an amazing place. I always fit in a wander there
Catherine Cavendish said:
Fabulous, awe inspiring. This amazing scenery takes your breath away. It’s so majestic. Glad Bobby Bub has a new home at last, but not surprised the hammies’ noses are out of joint missing out on that wonderful trip 🙂
I was not having them cluttering up mah photies… It was beautiful there at the weekend. Touched the soul everywhere you looked. xxxxxxxx
Pete Buckley said:
Those photos make me homesick and I’m from South of the Border!
Aw Pete, get yirself up here pronto. I know you have been all over the area here xxxxx
Positively beautiful and worth the wait. I can’t imagine how beautiful Glencoe must be in every season. The touch of fog…wow. EXCELLENT timing, you! I’m glad you and your husband enjoyed the adventure together.
It is beautiful in every season Jean. We were there, there just now with friends but are going back in summer, hoping to bag some more hills and do more together next time. Of course I planned the fog…. (Ahem) I had just planned on a wee wander round Signal Rock–just so gald to get there and didn’t want to stay indoors– but it was shut for forestry and well….you just fall out the hotel and fall onto a mountain there!
LOL Fall out of a hotel–love it! Yeah, who put this mountain here? Glad it broke my fall. Well, this mountain’s not going to wander round itself… 🙂
Yeah, it is really inconsiderate of them mountains getting in folks’ ways like that. How DARE they….. xxxx
Kate McClelland said:
Love the photos Shey. It looks such a serene mystical place (if that doesn’t sound too ‘twee’) no wonder you love the place. What’s your favourite time of year to be there?
Thank you Kate. it is a mystical place. I love it in all the seasons and we have been in them all. I suppose in terms of getting things done though, I like it better in summer when the hills aren’t in a mess with the winter snows. Mind you they were in good lick this weekend. Autumn is lovely too. The colours are stunning then although the weather can be iffy and you come off the hills with your clothes welded to you. x
Marje @ Kyrosmagica said:
Oh love your hamsta photos, particularly Wilbur and his brolly, and Glencoe of course!
Lol…. I was saying that Hamsta Dickens will eat it. I mean Glencoe is ok but the hamstah dudes now…. xxxxx Marje
Marje @ Kyrosmagica said:
Ha ha!! Yeah those hamstah dudes rock. xxx :)))
They’da scampered up them hills. x
Carolee Croft said:
I wish I could go there! But for now I’m stuck in Oxford like a hamster in a wheel.
Never be like a hamster in a wheel, never ending or beginning, just come north. A weekend there fair sets you up. As I sit here, contemplating the next 600 words I need to write to make my quota, I could not tell you what for and I think I care even less xxx Just that it does. AND Mr and me are going back soon x
Carolee Croft said:
I have been to Scotland before and it was really awesome. I’m so broke, though. I will try to come this summer!
Let me know if you do honey. It would be great to meet you xx
ah ah 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 funny things indeed . i like yr pics+cartoon critters . ciao~
Have a lovely weekend my darlinK Rinaldo and don’t take too many pix x
Hmm, did the Hammies have a hand (or paw) in the battery incident? Lol, I love their ‘blabby’ conversations. And the photos are beautiful Shey. 🙂 xo
Debs, hugs for that. It is a lovely place, so bonnie it is hard to get a bad picture. They never had a paw in losing the batteries. I was just careless! Probably too busy looking at the scenery. x
And who could blame you!
Lovely to visit as always Shey. ❤
It is always lovely to see you my darling. xx
Christy Birmingham said:
Lochan is stunning, Shey! I can see why you love going there. Thank you for sharing the photos as now I feel I was almost there with you 🙂 xx
The Lochan is gorgeously good for the soul. The whole place is. I’m thrilled you liked the pictures. Hope life is treating you well. x
Time well spent! Such a majestic scenery, amazing photographs, especially one with the reflection in the lake! That little cloud sitting on the top of the mountain looks so cool 🙂
Sorry for the batteries! I hate when it happens. I have a lost a wide angle lens once. But what can you do? Exactly, enjoy the trip! Pictures is not everything.
PS How is it the Hamsters know so much detail about the Dutch stag party?
Oh dear… They must have seen a picture of my Mr with his face painted! You’re way too kind re the photographs. The scenery is gorgeous there. It doesn’t matter where you look and the Lochan is usually like plate glass. . I love how the clouds skirt the mountain tops especially in the morning . Lovely to see you xxx
Jessie Martinovic said:
wow those photos and mountains are beautiful, you must have felt amazing. I can even pretend that I think to smell the air through them, almost.
The air is so pure there, especially once you leave the road well behind and head into the wilds. It is an amazing place. We are heading back in another few months, Already I can’t wait. The place has that kind of pull. You know you are sitting doing whatever, or beavering away and you just think…. It’s a Glencoe day. I need to get there. Thank you for your kind comment Jessie . x
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