Fields run deep in golden swards Hot summer winds blow through the corn Ripening corn/barley, Auchterarder.
A simple scene – I spotted this bramble silhouetted against the glowing low sun just as I was heading back down the hill to the carpark.
One of my favourite views – from above Monzie, looking along Strathearn to Glen Turret. There’s a Highland Boundary Fault in there somewhere, too.
The beginnings of yummy juiciness – red and some ripe black blackberries.
This pump in an old abandoned petrol-station was enjoying the last few rays of evening sunlight.
Last weekend’s bonfire resulted in more than a wheelbarrow full of ash, some of which went in the compost; burning the wooden rubbish the previous occupants left over the bank garden fence resulted in several nails and screws lurking in the ash. Still, no physics geek would be complete without a magnet – make that […]