Absolutely love this software, amazing how different a simple photograph looks when one part of the picture is moving.
These are old ones above is Broughty Ferry looking towards Dundee. The usual rules apply when viewing these, if you’re on a PC then right click on the video and select loop for the best viewing.
Above a train pulls away from Dundee station and below the oldest British built warship still afloat gets a wee tug along the river Tay.
On this day in 1945 Dundee’s Unicorn then known as HMS Cressy accepted the surrender of a German U-Boat. Not bad for an old ship built in 1824.
Thought I’d posted this before but I don’t see it anywhere when I search, so here it is for the first or maybe the second time.
Artistic license has been used.
The road out of Dunkeld. I actually meant to go down to Birnam wood for a shot of the old trees and completely forgot so I won’t bother with any Shakespearean verse.
Day 5 effort for the 365 Club. Tried another one but my only source of ignition died on me.
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.
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.
Oil rigs on the River Tay for a wee MOT. Nice reflections in the water with a nice sky of fire above.