Life at the end of the road

April 21, 2011

It was primer :-)

Filed under: animals, daily doings — lifeattheendoftheroad @ 5:28 am

Six fifteen and I’ll be off to work shortly, no posting last night due to a very early night. For reasons unknown I was awake just after 4:00am yesterday full of enthusiasm for the day and unable to sleep. After tossing and turning for half an hour I got up did lots of boring paperwork then went for a fruitless wander with my shotgun before heading to work ridiculously early to put some gloss on the PRIMER I’d laid down yesterday 🙂

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It was by no means the scorching day that the rest of Britain was enjoying but it was spectacular in it’s own way.

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I may have set off early but by the time I’d stopped and taken al these photographs of Loch Arnish, Torran, Calum’s road and the mist shrouded ‘Pipers rock’ I was almost late 🙂

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This promising glimpse of the sun over the Applecross peninsula taken fro ‘Calum’s cairn’ was about all I saw of it.

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It was calm and very cold all day, so cold in fact that the paint I was using was more like treacle 🙂

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Here’s a few more stags at Glame, these chaps are far jumpier than the ones at the north, probably on account of they’re more prone to ‘lead poisoning’ 🙂

Anyway, that’s it, I’m off to work a little early with my boys ‘Ratctcher’

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2 Comments »

  1. Hi Paul.
    You take some good life photo’s, as it is.
    I like the ones that inform us of your daily work and the animal life about you. Pitty the pigs have gone on holiday but I’m sure you will be up and running with more when the times right. Keep it up Walter

    Comment by politescouser — April 21, 2011 @ 11:38 am

    • Morning PS,

      I take so many photo’s that on the balance of probability some of them will be good 🙂 you should see the ones I delete 🙂 Funny you should mention the weather, we’ve just had torrential rain through the night.

      Comment by lifeattheendoftheroad — April 23, 2011 @ 5:20 am


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