Wednesday, 8 January 2020


Still struggling on.  

The Prom.  Where I can breathe.

Quite a few large boats.


Bitter cold.  But I walked and breathed.  Bliss.

The Gull Gang on Kessock Burn.

Oystercatchers.  They do not eat Oysters.  They probe into the sand and get worms and grubs.

Two Redshank.

This is a Turnstone.  Smaller than the Oystercatcher.  Similar colouring.

Almost the end of the day.  My hairdresser visited and did her usual superb job.



Laurie said...

Always feels good to get spruced up,, I bet it looks lovely!

Jean said...

Great photos. So good you can walk by the sea and get relief. Your hair is lovely.

Chris said...

Looking good, Jill!

wherethejourneytakesme said...

You've been shorn! Looks good.
I love that little red and white light house but I thought Scottish ones were all that creamy yellow and white?

Jackie said...

Your hair looks lovely. Suits you perfectly.

God bless.

Ellen D. said...

I like your cute haircut! Thanks for explaining about the oystercatchers! You can tell I know nothing about your birds near the sea! I am always amazed at the surfers - even with the wet suits it looks cold! Glad you could get out to breath the sea air! Thanks!

hart said...

Nice to see you totally recovered form the accident.

The Weaver of Grass said...

Your hair looks lovely - and that sea is wonderful. No wonder you are so inspired to paint.