…are like sunrises. If you wait too long, you miss them. ~ William Arthur Ward. “Sunrise in Bull Island – Dublin, Ireland” Photography by Giuseppe Milo Beautiful image found here. CC BY 2.0 Advertisements
Photography by Thierry Gregorius Some rights reserved
…on Rannoch Moor, West Highlands of Scotland, with the mountains of Buachaille Etive Mhor (centre) and Sron na Creise (left) as the backdrop. The entrance to the pass of Glencoe is on the right.” Photography by John McSporran Beautiful image found here. Some rights reserved
“Fly without wings; Dream with open eyes; See in darkness.” Dejan Stojanovic Image can be found here.
…with the Cairngorm Mountains beyond Photography by Graham Norrie Some rights reserved
Ghosts of horses tend to come in different guises, some of them benevolent and some of them more inclined towards the Apocalypse. The story that is linked with Old Castle Lachlan is moving and gentle, touched by the sadness of Culloden via Old Castle Lachlan: loyalty and loss — The Hazel Tree
…can you see them? Marching proudly across the moor, Hear the wind blow thru the drifting snow, Tell me can you see them, the ghosts of Culloden Lyrics found here. Photography by Mike Pennington found here.
…tells a story. This one is stunning! Beautiful reflection of Katherine Gorge in the early morning light
…Highlands, Scotland. View of Buachaille Etive Mhor, Highlands, Scotland, looking south from Stob Beinn a’Chrulaiste. To the right are the mountains of Glencoe, to the left are the mountains of the Black Mount. Awesome image found here. Photography by John McSporran Some rights reserved
…On a beautiful March morning on the shore of Padarn lake in Llanberis. Photography by Hefin Owen Some rights reserved
…it is a different kind of green. May the Irish hills caress you. May her lakes and rivers bless you. May the luck of the Irish enfold you. May the blessings of Saint Patrick behold you Image source
The often-photographed boatshed that stands on the northwestern shores of Lake Dove was built in 1940 by the first Ranger at Cradle Mountain, Lionell Connell. Source: Parks & Wildlife Service Tasmania Photography by Adam Campbell. Some rights reserved