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Friday, 27 February 2015

Another Gallimaufry from around Newton Stewart February 2015

A few pictures from around Newton Stewart over the last ten days.
A head cold and a sore knee limited my activities over the last fortnight but I took pictures.
I'm now back to normal (well as normal as I can be)

The swans are back on Blairmount Pond.
The ducks are getting fat.
Cats are prowling.
Geese are flapping.
Crocuses are budding.
Snowdrops have ripened fully.
Frogs and toads are spawning.
It's rained, snowed, sleeted and hailstones have fallen.
The moon shines, leaves are budding.
An old milk bottle surfaces and old buildings are crumbling.
That's yer lot in the description department, I hope there's a picture for you to enjoy.

Cheerio the noo.


  1. What a great description of your world in words and photos - it looks much like an emerging spring there. Those snowdrops!

    1. Thanks Barb, emerging blooms show that spring isn't too far away.

  2. I was wondering where my favourite image was, the grand finale!
    Barb's blog is out of this world gorgeous!

    1. That has become my most shared photo on Facebook via What's Going On and the Galloway Gazette. Yes, I agree Barb's blog is awesome.

  3. Great shots-love the little bird with the orange splash!--glad you are back to normal :)

    1. Thanks Lynn, a little bit of knee trouble at the moment.

  4. Gorgeous series here, Jim, and so nice to see all the birds and that cat. :)

  5. Thanks Linda, I see you have snow today. Here it's rain and wind.


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