I am not sure that I can put into words why I think this photo fits the challenge, but I really feel it does. Perhaps the couple seem as though they are still together against the odds. Or against the odds, the sun came out and shone on the sand in a way that made it look like they were walking on water. But I like it.
I really love the Spirit of Scotland Monument at Loudoun Hill just outside my hometown. It was put up in 2004 in memory of William Wallace. I just loved how it frames Loudoun Hill itself. The cherry-on-top of a good walk.
I was at a drive-in movie with my friend, Pamela. We used to sit next to each other in an office we shared, and both faced the window. We both always loved spotting rainbows. It was lovely that we saw one the first time we’d seen each other in ages.
This may be more like a contrast, but I just realised how lovely the pic is, and you can argue that dark and light are opposites.
This picture expresses my admiration for the indomitable sheep of the Carrick Hills, who endure the ever-changing, unrelenting climate of the west coast of Scotland. They looked like they were standing proud after a great battle on Saturday.
So, I recently revamped my vision board after doing a personal development weekend, and if my vision board is a reflection of what to my brain – it exploded with colour and glitter! This is my vision for my future.
Quite possibly one of my favourite photos on my favourite walk. A guy I met said, “not a good morning for taking pictures’. Just shows you – we all see something different.
I remember the exact moment I took this picture, because this tree completely represents my state of mind at the time. I was in Darwin out of season. I felt alone and vulnerable but I was hanging in there like this little tree.
I absolutely loved Thailand, but my favourite place was Pai. This sign was at a beauty salon, you have got to love their interpretation but I am not sure I would chance it!