little loch tima

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little loch tima

I love my fortnightly drive to Melrose when I have my wednesday stint in The Crafters shop. The drive along the ettrick valley is a meandering, sometimes single track road, with it’s own micro climates in places. Always beautiful light on the ever changing coloured hills depending on the season it happens to be. Sometimes scary when the marsh land is flooded and the road is somewhere there under the water. Birds – lapwings, buzzards, osprey, crossbills to name a few. An abundance of hares one year and then none the next. Deer venturing out of the woods to drink from the burns and rivers running alongside the road. Radio 4 or silence or my own thoughts and the occasional stop to breathe in and smell the air or take a photo like this one yesterday of the beautiful white swans who have chosen loch tima to live on and raise young every year. Mid summer and the living is easy, the fish are jumping and the bracken is high

 

 

By |2017-06-23T11:48:42+00:00June 22nd, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

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