Saturday, 25 February 2012

Blackford Pond and Hill

lichen on stone wall


bark of a fallen tree


alder catkins and cones





reflections


tree by pond

9 comments:

The Weaver of Grass said...

Nice to be getting about Juliet and finding the first signs of Spring.

eileeninmd said...

Lots of beautiful nature scenes, I am always checking out the lichen on my walks. Lovely photos.

Ms Sparrow said...

Thanks to you, I learned a new word today! I had to google "catkins" to find out what it meant. I never knew what those dainty little things were called.

WildBill said...

I'm totally enamored with lichen. Such an amazing living entity where tow organisms are mutually dependent. Your Scotland is beautiful.

Larry Kollar said...

The captions would make a poem all by themselves!

bunnits said...

Really nice photos!

Carol Steel 5050 said...

An inspirational post, both the words and the photos. Amazing how touching small bits of nature can be when we allow ourselves to simply see them. Thank you for this.

heavy hedonist said...

Love the reflections especially.

HKatz said...

These are lovely; I like the texture in each one.