Saturday, 13 February 2010

Small worlds

What's this? A grassy knoll? Exotic vegetation and distant walkers about to reach the summit of a rocky cliff, after a steep climb? Is that someone waving?

It's something to delight the eye, captured on Mull last summer, on the perimeter of the ancient burial ground at Duart Castle.




The glorious foothold Nature has taken on a very ordinary 4x4" fence post. Tiny wonders.

12 comments:

Pam said...

Haha! Loved it!

Von said...

One of my favourite subjects to photograph....lovley!

SmitoniusAndSonata said...

A mini Munro ?

Marie said...

Very beautiful! I just love how the colour green covers just about everything in this beautiful country! Happy Valentines Day to you! xxoo

jinksy said...

A mini world of astonishing beauty...

Fran Hill @ Being Miss said...

Nature wins again.

Rattling On said...

I love moss and find it completely fascinating. Great photos.

Marcheline said...

So lovely - thanks for the great post!

Isabelle said...

Ah yes, the glorious blazing Scottish summer of 2009.

Anonymous said...

A wonderful find, and thank you for sharing. OllieV

elizabethm said...

What great photos. I love Mull. The first time I went it was grey throughout so it was a bit of a shock to go for a second time and find it green and blue and vivid and enchanting.

Lynda (Granny K) said...

The air is so clean there! We went about 15 years ago last week in July. I wore a track suit and quilted anorak for the whole week! Loved it though!

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