Category Archives: Countryside

August 2021

A cottage holiday in the Yorkshire Dales. So much to see!

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July 2021 Summer cloud

In July we had some cloud on the ground mornings and went for a forest walk around Binn Hill above the River Tay. Summer mists rather than autumn mists.

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May 2021

In the middle of the month we enjoyed a walk in Glen Isla. It was still early spring there.

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April 2021

April was a month of bright blue skies, clouds, showers and rainbows. Buds and blossoms bloomed. We particularly enjoyed walks by the River Tay as we could see through the bare tree branches to the river banks.

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March 2021

March was a cold month with some dramatic skies but gradually the vegetation got greener and blossoms appeared.

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January 2021

January was a true winter month with frost, snow and atmospheric skies.

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December 2020

I always enjoy photography in December: the low angled light brings out textures, the skies are frequently colourful, the atmosphere still and there are the treasures of frost, snow and inquisitive garden robins.

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November 2020

Autumn continued, the first snows appeared on the mountains, geese flew south but the land remained green – the greenest November I can remember.

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September 2020

September was a green and golden month with farmers rushing to do their harvests in between bouts of heavy rain. The grass looked unnaturally green. A highlight was a spitfire aircraft fly by to thank the NHS for their work.

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August 2020

August was a month of golden fields, purple heather, flowers, seeds and fruits, blue sky and sun. It was also often wet with clouds and mist forming on the land.

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