Brrr...I'm surprised you managed to get up there! Lucky you seeing a hare in the snow, Andy will be jealous.
Thanks GretelThe hare in the snow was total luck - I'm always on the lookout and never see any - we were on our way out (had to get supplies ;-) ) and as I was locking up I looked out across the snow covered field and there he was - thank goodness I had my camera on me. I saw a few more in the distance a few minutes later, but none for the rest of the week, even though I kept my eyes peeled.We did see a barn owl on several occassions too, which was magical ... ;-)
Good evening to you Gail –- and greetings from err Plymouth – love the hares by the way.Why am I contacting you ?In a somewhat random act of artistic interaction I came across your blog today. I have placed a thumbnail for it for it under my local blog-roll “My Dog Has Eaten These Local Devon Blogs… and Says Yum Yum” – scroll down and you will find it . I have regular visitors from 73 countries (and counting) and a good number ( 80 at present) of regular followers – again from all over the world -from Chile via the USA to China – so if you like the idea of lots more people from all corners of the globe paying you a visit – come and join – put your talent out there – who knows who might be looking ! I think it’s a good idea to support local bloggers where I can.Once you have had a look – (I’ll leave it there for a couple of weeks) - if you fancy being a permanent part of this blog just say yes and I will leave it there. In return all I would like is a link somewhere on your site. Have a look and see what you think.By the way - if you want to print out any of my images - feel free - some are quite nice ( I hope) – just tell your friends where you found them.Hope you find my site interesting as well.Best wishes from my corner of Plymouth !!PS will be following you on Twitter !(Steve Clement-Large : My Dog Ate Art )MY DOG ATE ART : PROBABLY THE BEST ART BLOG IN PLYMOUTH
Cheers Steve, have checked out your blog and will add a link on mine to yours.Cheers-Gail
GailBrilliant - consider yourself permanentthanksSteve
Looks lovely - but chilly! Glad you had a nice break.
How lovely to see a hare in the snow! I like the sea anemone pics too...
Some beautiful shots here Gail - you've a natural talent :)Cheers, Markwww.highton-ridley.co.uk - fine art photography
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