Wednesday, 21 April 2010

two points

21st April10, Howick Coast, 8am

From this angle Cullernose Point has a mini-twin. Lovely blue skies but cold wind persists. We were sheltered down here at the curiously named Swine Den so we sat and I soaked up the sun through many layers of winter clothing while Trooper's fur warmed up nicely.





21st April10, around Christon Bank, 3pm

Flowering currant in the sun is a beautiful plant but the smell is nose-wrinklingly sharp.

3 comments:

you-wee because said...

When watching all your great images, Andy, taken regularly and mainly in - more or less - bright sunlight, I really have to reconsider my prejudices about British weather... ;-)
Have (another) sunny day!

Uwe.

Andy Craig said...

Ask yourself if that's because it's always sunny or if I take more photographs when it's sunny!!

I'm afraid there are some dull, uninspiring days that don't make it onto the blog...

We have had a cracking April though.

Andy

you-wee because said...

Thanks for hooking up with my blog, Andy. Welcome to the site where fair weather photographers meet... ;-))

Uwe.