5 July 2018

Ditto

Mull of Galloway Lighthouse
Like yesterday, I am afraid I haven't got the time this morning to sit around blogging so instead I shall share some more pictures with you. These were taken on our trip aboard Silver Clint over to The Mull of Galloway  which is Scotland's most southerly point. It was another grand day out in gorgeous weather. We also visited the famed Logan Botanical Gardens.
A corner of Logan Botanical Gardens
Drummore Harbbour
Lion above the door of The Queen's Hotel in Drummore
Yesterday's picnic spot - East Tarbet Bay
Yesterday evening back at Garlieston

16 comments:

  1. Someone went mad with the toothpaste on that lion. One too many ales at the Queen's Hotel perhaps?
    Alphie

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  2. All your photos are beautiful but, the last one is amazing!
    Greetings Maria x

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    1. I am very pleased with that image. Thank you so much Maria.

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  3. Maria is right; that last picture is wonderful.

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    1. Thanks. I like the squiggle of the seaweed - like a Chinese signature.

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  4. That is quite a lion. It's sort of a Drag Lion, actually. I bet her name is Kitty.

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    1. I asked about that in the pub. They said his name is Steve. What a co-incidence!

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  5. Good old Clint! There are many good things to see on a drive.

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    1. Ys. Many things. These pictures are just the tip of an iceberg of things Red.

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  6. That lion doesn't look very well. Amazing last pic.

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    1. I took twenty pictures of that heron but this was the best Sue. Thank you.

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  7. I've never managed to capture a heron on camera while fishing, so I am really impressed with that picture.

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    1. They are like killing machines. Thank you Miss A.

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  8. Do you mean to say you are too busy enjoying yourself on holiday to keep up your daily posts, YP? Scotland with blue sky and sunshine is a rare sight. No wonder you want to enjoy it!

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    1. It doesn't feel like Scotland. It feels like Jamaica. Only - the men are all wearing chequered skirts!

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