I love these figures, they remind me of my husband’s heritage. His family comes from the Western Isles of Scotland where fishing and gathering of the peats has been a tradition for hundreds of years.
I’m reflecting on how much I’ve come to rely on my editing program. At the moment I’m limited to paint.net which is a brilliant free program but I’m used to being able to rotate by single degrees and can’t see how to do that. The simple answer would seem to be just line it up properly in the first place, maybe I need new glasses. 😦
Not exactly a thrilling experience but there is danger in cleaning. This graphic showing a dissolving hand always makes me very, very careful.
On a recent stopover in Dubai we wandered through the Souks…….. actually we tried to wander but it was difficult with all the traders vying for our custom.
The strong bollard gives the boat owner a feeling of security knowing his craft won’t break free.
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Very dense Cypress hedge. You can check out other submissions on the topic of “dense” here: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/dense/
What a title for this week’s challenge, “It IS Easy Being Green”. It’s certainly easy finding a green subject around our place!