1 EAGLETON NOTES: Cold Beauty

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Tuesday, 15 May 2012

Cold Beauty

It's been strange acclimatising to Lewis again.  Four seasons in a day isn't unusual for the Island of course.  But the cold wind has been a bit of a shock to the system.  This has been fairly typical: bright sun and then a heavy shower coming through.



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  1. Oh, Graham...I absolutely LOVE this photo!! Of all that you've shared through my years of following, I want this one as a print. May I?

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    1. How lovely of you to say so. I'll email you separately Heather.

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  2. Aw, but it is so beautiful. That's what I always say to make excuses for Scottish weather, but isn't it true?

    Thanks for your recent comments on my blog, Graham and I hope you're now totally recovered. And I hope the sun comes out soon, for all our sakes !

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    1. I've now had a check-up and a clean bill of health. Thanks Jenny. And yes, whatever the weather, Scotland is beautiful.

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  3. Brrr... it looks chilly too. I can see the wind, feel the brisk chill. Is it pleasant in your sun room with the sunshine coming through the windows but out of the breeze? A wonderful image.

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    1. The sun room is HOT even on the coldest day when the sun is shining. It's a great place to sit and read a book. I nearly said 'chill out'. Funny thing the English language.

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  4. If I were you I'd stay warm indoors and just enjoy taking in that view - which is very pretty on a day such as this. Oh, and your garden is looking good!

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    1. I have been thanks Pauline. Today I shall have no electricity because of system maintenance so if the weather holds I'll be in the garden quite a bit today.

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  5. You certainly seem to have caught the weather changes all in one picture here - and those birds (gulls?) circling too. It would make a nice poster ;) We've been having similar weather changes here, minus the sea view...

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  6. Glad to see you back, and what lovely sunshine too!

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  7. What stunning scenery and a beautiful rainbow! I could get used to that.

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