Friday, 19 February 2016

five on friday

joining in with Amy's five on Friday first birthday celebrations.
Five photographs from our snowy weekend away. Not many words to go with them.


The sun peeping through the clouds at Loch Earn.


Standing stones, which were in field next to a farm. We exerted our right to roam and hopped over the fence.


A beautiful fence covered in snow.


And gorgeous soft green lichen. I love this colour. 
(But if I try and wear anything this colour I look like the living dead. Not flattering.... )


The most beautiful sky. 

I think I could photograph the sky every hour of every day and never get bored.

Happy Friday x 

34 comments:

  1. Beautiful photographs - a real Friday afternoon treat. I particularly love the third one of the fence. No snow for us this year so I have had to enjoy it vicariously.

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  2. I have missed the snow so much this year, it's just rain and mud which is far less photogenic! Thanks for sharing your gorgeous snow filled photos, especially the fence. Have a wonderful weekend xx

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    1. I could photograph some mud for you too, we have plenty of that as well x

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  3. We've not really had much snow in Norfolk, but your photos are wonderful and really capture the beauty of snowy landscapes. I couldn't wear that colour either! Lol.

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  4. Beautiful photos, we have had no snow this Winter here in Hampshire YET! xx

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  5. Beautiful!! Hope you had a wonderful time away, even if it was very cold - which it looks to have been! I love the photo of the lichen, that sort of green is one of my favourite colours, but not to wear! Thank you so much for joining in the anniversary of Five On Friday, I really do appreciate it so much! Have a good weekend! xx

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  6. I love your sky picture. Happy cold days x

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  7. What gorgeous photos, they really are. It looks like such a beautiful place to visit. I'm a big sky watcher as well, it's so often stunning. Wishing you and yours a good weekend Tess. CJ xx

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  8. We've had plenty of rain here this winter but, sadly, no snow. Your photos are beautiful. xx

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    1. there's still time. it's still only February!

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  9. Your snowy photos are full of crisp cold air. Beautiful!

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  10. Love that sky and these snowy scenes. A little sprinkling of snow would be welcome here as we haven't had any for so long but it's lovely to enjoy it via your pics. Sam x

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    1. enjoy away, it's warmer just to look ;)

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  11. Beautiful photos. Looks cold though! I'm off to Scotland next weekend to work outside on our boat. Think I'll pack my thermals...

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  12. Beautiful. I love the standing stones, so mysterious x

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  13. Lovely photos. I especially like the lichens. Weather like that is great if you are wrapped up warm and cosy xx

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  14. Gorgeous photos. We've not seen any serious snow around here so it's good to see your pictures (the best way to experience snow in my opinion!)

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  15. I agree. You can never get bored with skies! Lovely snowy pictures. Something tells me we aren't going to have any snow this year so it's lovely to see your photos. Barbara X

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    1. I'm thinking of doing a whole post series of skies. it seems to be mostly all I photograph at the moment x

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  16. These photos are just amazing!! The snow and dark skies really compliment each other. What a great little grouping of standing stones. Everything looks so chilled. The last shot is stunning, are those clouds in the background or hills? Beautiful :)
    Wendy

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  17. I'm not much of a winter person, but I love snow in pictures. The standing stones look so eery .

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  18. Absolutely beautiful photographs! I love snowy pictures and you have captured some really special ones here.
    Helen xox

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  19. incredible pictures Tess, I love the sky and the lichen particularly. I hope you are well, and the year has treated you kindly so far x

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  20. Pretty places. I am enjoying the roaming vicariously today as it is much to grey and rainy for me to venture too far outdoors here.

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  21. These photos are amazing. And here we are knee deep in spring weather already :-)
    Amalia
    xo

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  22. Beautiful and fresh photos. I agree, the green of the lichen is the most amazing colour. Have a great weekend x

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    1. thank you, you too x I do so love the soft green x

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  23. I do love these gorgeous snowy pictures but I'm also ready for Spring!
    P x

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  24. Super photos. I often think nature can give us some great ideas for colours but in this case I'm not sure many people could wear that colour of lichen!
    Caz xx

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  25. Just beautiful. The lichen photo is my favourite.

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