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photoblog image The Stacks of Duncansby

The Stacks of Duncansby

Well, one of the major ones. I showed you a b&w view a week or so ago; the conditions at the time were misty. However, as I got closer I could see it starting to clear and an hour or so later I could enjoy 'lunch' (a banana) basking in the much more typical searing heat of the Scottish sun.  

 

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Thank you all for your kind comments yesterday. I'm sorry I did have a chance to acknowledge them individually.  I have a long weekend away this coming weekend and then a holiday so I'm having to fit in my volunatary work and other activities in to less than half the usual time. I do appreciate your comments, though.

The Stacks of Duncansby

Well, one of the major ones. I showed you a b&w view a week or so ago; the conditions at the time were misty. However, as I got closer I could see it starting to clear and an hour or so later I could enjoy 'lunch' (a banana) basking in the much more typical searing heat of the Scottish sun.  

 

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Thank you all for your kind comments yesterday. I'm sorry I did have a chance to acknowledge them individually.  I have a long weekend away this coming weekend and then a holiday so I'm having to fit in my volunatary work and other activities in to less than half the usual time. I do appreciate your comments, though.

comments (3)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 2 Sep 2014, 00:15
The sea is impressive in this image, Alan.
A remarkable place- and a wonderful image of it! I love that you kept the cliff side with it's wildflowers as the foreground.
Amazing how nature makes such a mark on the landscape.

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