More unhappy shepherds

Today’s guest picture comes from our son Tony in East Wemyss, and proves that even when it rains in East Wemyss, the sun still shines. Unlike yesterday, we didn’t get a nice sunrise to ease our pain today. After a night of rain and moaning winds, we woke to a day of rain and moaningContinue reading “More unhappy shepherds”

Absolutely shuttered

Today’s guest picture comes from my sister Mary who found a heron in Regents Park which has taken to the law.  Well, at least it is sitting on the bench. In contrast to the yesterday’s gloom, today dawned bight and sunny and the day was made even sunnier when Dropscone arrived with treacle scones forContinue reading “Absolutely shuttered”

Put out to grass

Today’s guest picture is another from the Menger family’s Highland meander.  It shows the daughter of the house holding a cushion starfish which they met on on a fishing trip they took from Islonia, an island kingdom near Gairloch. For the second day running, I was acting as a relief feeder filler for the Moorland FeedersContinue reading “Put out to grass”

The bird had flown

Today’s guest picture comes from Venetia who was visiting Aldeburgh.  She took this picture of The Scallop, a  4m high sculpture by Maggi Hambling, dedicated to the memory of the composer Benjamin Britten. The piece is made up of two interlocking scallop shells, each broken, the upright shell being pierced with the words: “I hearContinue reading “The bird had flown”

Day lite

Today’s guest picture is a deeply weepy  shot from Regents Park.  It was one a recent set taken there by my sister Mary. After a couple of reasonable days, the Met Office foreboding came true today and we started with a cold, grey and windy day and ended with a slightly warmer, much greyer andContinue reading “Day lite”