Heavenly Alchemy

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My plan this weekend was to go out and spend the weekend firing off some shots. As usual I was slightly less motivated on Saturday to do just that, managed to get out today though. Nothing overly spectacular but did manage to catch a nice sunset.

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Not the only one staring at the sun

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Out for a wee walk last night with the good lady and we witnessed quite a nice little sunset. I didn’t have my camera with me so had to resort to the old mobile phone to capture the moment.
There was actually a cracking big low moon last night too, I should have shot it when I got home but I didn’t. You’ll just have to make do with this.

The animals are winding me up

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Going through the old files and having a play around with some shots from our trip to Fuengirola at the start of this year. The Biopark is without a doubt the finest zoo I’ve ever been in.
More to follow in this post as I edit and upload.

Photograph below is by wee mini Blogger Photography Kai my number one daughter.
This little lemur was mesmerized by it’s reflection in her sunglasses and stood staring into her eyes for what seemed like ages. It would have made a cracking photo of the both of them looking at each other but unfortunately I was too slow and it leaped over her head and off to join his buddies.

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The Fog

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The fog is an illusion—
A master of disguise,
Which hides the tangible
Before our very eyes.

But when the fog has lifted
Everything’s still there,
And the tangible
Only seemed to’ve disappeared.

In the early morning
Or late at night,
The fog descends
Upon various sites.

It gives an air of mystery
That has long prevailed.
Dangerously intriguing
Is the fog’s foggy veil.

                                                                By Walterrean Salley

Some fog forming on the Tay, would have been good if it had been a bit thicker but it wasn’t to be.

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Wall-E in Cagliari

Met this chap in Cagliari where he spends his days blowing the millions he earned from his one movie on Ichnusa and fine Italian cuisine. When he’s not doing that he sits on top of Torre di San Pancrazio attempting to get tourists to part with their cash for a look through his massive eyes.