It’s not my fault it’s another grey day! A convoy of more than 100 shags suddenly went by this morning – it doesn’t help that they’re not exactly a colourful bird. This is not a black & white image. 🙂
The good news is that it’s supposed to be a relatively warm autumn. This helps me because none of those projects I’m working on is small. I will, even if it takes all the wintery months to recover, be ready.
At least I’m not sitting out on the breakwater, in the wind, repairing twine. Fish enjoyed Glen’s work if only because he got to roll on a jellyfish hidden in that net. sigh I’m already dealing with the fact he scratched his ear and it’s now inflamed. He blames me of course.
For some inexplicable reason, in the middle of the work I already have to do, I decided to update my photo editor. This might not seem like a big deal but it means the way I process images has been turned upside down and I have to learn a new routine. It might be a hassle but at least I’m not bored. 🙂
I went looking for some colour to share with you because I don’t want you to get the wrong idea about this place. One of the first things I noticed when I came to this Island, apart from the view, was the enormous rose hips on the wild roses. A 2 inch bulb is not unusual. I’m not domestic enough to actually do anything with them but they provide a great change from dreary skies.