Saturday, January 30, 2010

52 Walks Week #5

Oh my, what a stunning walk I had today. I took around 200 photos, so it was very difficult indeed to pick out a selection to tell the story of the walk. It was a very cold, crisp day, but the sun was shining and the sky was blue. We drove to the top of Talla Reservoir in the Scottish Borders. We had intended to drive further but the road higher up was still impassable due to ice.
This pictures in this first set are all taken around the reservoir.

Along the shore line I came across this little scene:

Those icicles were so prett, twinkling in the sunshine.

I then continued on to tweedsmuir village and the little parish church, which was open. So I was able to get some lovely shots inside and out:

Then further on to the Tweed River.

My favourite photos of the day are the sheep, the door knocker on the church, the icicles, and the wood shed. I adore that woodshed!!
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bonjen3 said...

Pam, these photos are stunning! I love the icicles shots. How far away is this place?

deb said...

wow Pam = your photos are stunning! The sky looks a gorgeous blue and you have found such interesting subjects - yes that wood shed is great! Good job the icy road stopped you from going any further - otherwise we would not have seen these lovely shots.!

jo said...

Fantastic set of photos Pam - simply stunning.