Monday Outlook 2/3/15

Monday Outlook 2/3/15Sunny, not too much wind, quite chilly, tide around half way. Can no longer shoot towards Elsness as the sun is now in the wrong position at rubbish time.

Took two sets of images today, having been inspired to dig out my polariser. This is “with” and I like the way that the clouds come up with it but I miss the lovely colours in the sea.

[url=]Last Monday[/url], with the tide well out
[url=]The day before that[/url] – with a bit of a swell on

EDITED to add: I forgot to say that there was a Skylark singing overhead as I took this and shortly afterwards a pair of Oystercatchers flew by. There are definite hints that the season is turning.

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