Monday, 11 October 2010

Bob, tremendous photographs, thank you

These lovely shots come from Bob Falconer who is the secretary of the Bon Accord Camera club. They are classically beautiful. The lovely thing for Gillian and I about the Moor of Rannoch, is that it changes every time we cross, and it changes hour by hour. The light is amazing. Thank you very much Bob. The link to your camera club is on the post headline, clicking on it will get there. For those of you puzzling about the Bon Accord name, it is the ancient motto of Aberdeen. Legend has it that when Robert the Bruce besieged the castle and took it from the English, back in the 14th century, they used the motto to describe the operation. So it stuck. I tell you what, it feels cold on Rannoch when these shots were taken. What time did you start out Bob?
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