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Discussion in 'Photos & Photography' started by Dirty Karlos, Jan 23, 2012.
Hmmm.. Can they be used to infuse hot water with a nice taste?
No idea. Before today I didn't even know these existed.
Dodging hail showers, enjoying the view.
Wild garlic everywhere...
Look s like a couple of cowslips in there too. Lovely shot.
Seen Hazel flowers? They're hard to see first time.
Wish I was out there, I'm missing my favourite season due to a bone graft. I'd normally be infusing olive oil with young Ramson leaves, and just generally marvelling at nature.
A pic from today, canoeing Loch Achray and the Black Water (river that connects Achray to Loch Venachar). In the Trossachs, Scotland.
Loch Achray Canoeing 03-14. by Scotstechy, on Flickr
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A couple from yesterday
Butterrmere-4 by alf.branch, on Flickr
Parton-sunset-22-03-14-1 by alf.branch, on Flickr
Great pics Alf, Haystacks and Fleetwith are looking grand with their snowy caps
I spent a nice day in the hills around Grassington today, it's pleasant walking amongst the limestone scars, easy tracks with good shelter opportunities. Lots of blue sky with the occasional hail shower and a stiff north westerly blowing through, here's a pic from the top of Conistone Dib, an interesting dried up river bed with a cheeky scramble at the end ..
Nice photo Gordon, is it Burghead Harbour?
Here are two from today when walking around one of my local spots.
Yellow Flower by pandabean, on Flickr
Pretty Daisy by pandabean, on Flickr
One from Sunday
AMAZING CAPTURE!! The sharpest is incredible!
Beautiful Alf, like a mirror!
Stunning picture mate! Moving to the lakes soon, can't wait!
Opening day on Tuesday for Fly Fishing. A Large Dark Olive, Baetis Rhodani, on an upper Dales River.
You will need to be a patient driver if you will be living in the lakes. Thankfully I only live in sight of it.
Brewup out of the rain.
Not been photoshopped but looks it. The aliens are landing on our campfire