Still miss my little buddy on Bute. He’s been gone just over a year now, and I find myself looking for him every time we visit.
Fallen sycamore leaf on the beach at Ettrick Bay.
Standing stones protected in a farmer’s field.
Sometimes I’m overwhelmed with just how big the world is.
Port Bannatyne, Isle of Bute.
Heading back to the magical isle this evening. I’m looking forward to watching the weather from the front window of the flat.
A friendly Bute seal wishing you a lovely weekend.
Standing near the pier after sundown. Baltic, but worth it!
Heading back to my favourite island (not counting the UK, of course) this weekend. The weather is supposed to be a bit yuck, but that’s no surprise. There is a good chance of an aurora on Saturday night. I suspect this probability directly affects cloud cover.
Beautiful Scalpsie Bay and beyond.
Day out at Scalpsie Bay on the beautiful Isle of Bute.
Only a few more days until the ferries resume normal service from Wemyss Bay. I’m looking forward to regular journeys to Bute.
I can actually remember the last time I used a phone box. I was working a craft fair in Bo’ness and needed to call home. For a long time, I resisted having a mobile phone because I thought they were intrusive and annoying. Now, like most people, I wouldn’t be without one, so I fear the bright red phone box’s days are numbered. This one is looking particularly ignored.
The Isle of Bute might be my favourite place on earth, and Ettrick Bay is my favourite beach there. The views of Arran are spectacular (when the clouds cooperate), and there is always wildlife about. I am looking forward to warmer weather and lots of time spent staring at the sea.