Wednesday, 8 October 2008











Good morning, just wanted to post some of the other photographs I took when we were on The Isle Of Skye last month not so easy on here to show a lot of pictures it takes ages doing it one at a time still it's better than nothing and I can alway use the rest one at a time at the top of my blog. Off for lunch as this is shopping day and we collect Ellen from school too then back here for tea and homework. Bye just now. Love Joan.



8 comments:

Jan said...

Very well done your pictures are lovely and so isyour blog well done ,Did you watch the awards show ?and A place of execution wasnt it good ?,we recorded it and watched it all in the oner very very good,god luck with the shopping ooo those prices ,and have fun with Ellen...love Jan xx

Jeannette said...

The photos are lovely and I particularly like the one of the Highland err, cattle is wrong, cow? bull? Anyway I love them.

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Stuart said...

You know I am wierd I love my country, lived happily on Islay but I will not holiday there and never will. See strange bloke!

Kath said...

Hi Joan wish I could begin putting pics in tit seems everything I try will not work.You have done so well with all thsi in such a short time.I cannot even seem to get my graphics placed in the right place.Or find out how to do a sidebar effect.No instructions to me seem to be working when I follow them.Your pictures are beautiful and what a lovely place you went to.Have a good time shopping I hate food shopping.Prayers Stuart is feeling much better and yourself too.Take Care God Bless Kath

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

The pictures are lovely. I'm glad to took the time to share them with us. 'On Ya' - ma

Sara said...

Your photos are lovely Jean, that's the kind of scenery that takes my breath away :o)
xxx

Missie said...

The pictures are beautiful.

Marie said...

Lovely pictures Joan! I don't know why, but mountains always make me feel so lonely. I can't put my finger on it, it's just something that happens whenever I see one. I remember the last time we were in Germany on a clear day we could see the alps over in the distance and the sight of them just gave me the chills.

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