Filed under david barber, david barber's fiction world, leah j utas, lunchtime view, photo finish friday
Wow, gorgeous. Where is that?
Chris, I'm working on a house in a place called Lochearnhead. Loch Earn is what you see in the picture and it's about 17 miles from where I live. The weather the past couple of weeks has been stunning but this morning it was like Autumn, low cloud and mist. I posted this to cheer me up.
What a beautiful sight.
Sorry, Chris, Lochearnhead was supposed to be bold. Click on it for some info.
Is that the pheasant you ran over this afternoon?:-p
Leah – Thanks, and it is.Sue – Ha!! No, that's a female. I ran over a very colourful male. They are fantastic eating though! 🙂
Better, I suppose, than having to pick buckshot out of them…
Ron – Ha! I've got a story about buckshot which I'll share one day!
My you do take some purdy pictures!Doc
Doc – Thanks, mate. I knew the bird would attract some folk! Ha!
Yeah I could get use to that view.
That's just lovely David!
whoa…. great photo… youre are/is getting very good at the photo stuff
David – So could I, but the work wouldn't get finished.Reb – Thank you.Jim – Thanks my friend. Appreciate your words.
Lovely shot, great contrast of colours, and it looks like an inspiring scene…calming on the surface but a sense of what may lurk or bubble beneath it, literally and metaphorically!I reckon you've won teh football challenge judging by what I saw of Chelsea's performce yesterday! I have exams this week and next but after that I shall try to tear myself away from my little girl long enough to return on occasion to the world of the internet, so you can have a think about what kind of story you're going to get me to write! Hope all is well with you and yours!
Said before and I'll say it again … I wanna live in your neck of the woods…
Joleen – Thanks you. I'll send you an email regarding the story. I'll be kind!Anthony – Thanks, mate. If you ever get over here you could stop at ours for a couple of nights and I'll take you round the distillery! 😉
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