Two posts in one week? Shocking. I just had to show you this amazing morning sky from the other day. As I walked up the hill to Kestor I couldn't understand why it was so dark; REALLY dark for that time of the morning. As I reached the crest of the hill, I was staggered to see this utterly beautiful, fiery sky. I've never seen anything like it.
As I walked back down towards home, I looked back and it had mellowed and was lighting up the clouds with pink rather than red. The sheep are all off the moor at the moment but, if they had been there, the warning should have been heeded - it tipped down later that day.
Another morning's beautiful lighting effect:
Male Stonechat trying to hide from me:
Tertia having been woken by Jack .They find him very tiresome but also seem to have great fun chasing him:
Diamond with a friend:
I love the way the curve of these beech trees echoes the ones in the distance:
Right - back to work. I have two commissions to do and the never ending painting next door. It's SO cold there that my hands and feet go numb. Before I go, I just want to welcome a new follower from Belgium, Roos - another blogger. Well worth a look at http://natuurcultuurenalleswatboeit.blogspot.be/ ; her images blew me away. So, until next time, here are those boys, Jack with the upper stick hand as usual.