Just a little sunshine!

This is for scottishmomus, the lass from that very cold region of the U.K., and for that matter, any who are looking forward to a little sunshine in their lives after a very cold winter.
It’s just a couple of pic’s as I went for a walk to re-adjust my brain and eyes from too many hours on the computer.
And strangely, no dolphins. Usually the place is crawling with them. If I get some later I’ll add them on.
I hope it warms your hearts at least, ready for the beauty of what spring is about to share with you all (up north anyway) πŸ™‚ Namaste

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20 thoughts on “Just a little sunshine!

  1. What beautiful pictures, Mark! ThankΒ΄s for sharing them here:-) Can almost see you walking there, wonderful nature to walk around and the sun glittering on the water and the bluegreen waves coming into the beach, just lovely! I love dolphins, have been to Greece many times and one time especially out with boat on the ocean to meet dolphins, felt a connection with them, that was a special moment. How about sharks? I cant say I love them but I guess you have them there too? / Elaine

    1. Thank you Elaine. I am blessed to be living in a place with so much beauty. It can be a very severe country with its bush fires, heat and dangerous animals, but that is a part of its beauty.
      And yes, we have White Pointer sharks that wander our coastline and keep the surfers on their toes :).
      Here there are many dolphins too, as they come into the lake system and feed and play, and even the odd seal comes in to rest as well. It makes for some lovely walks as you see them playing in the water. Mark

  2. LOVED your photos! I tried to comment on several, but my iPad started to freak out. I hope there’s no residual gibberish! I had left a comment on your other article, too (about intimacy) and my device erased it all.
    So, I’ll send you positive vibes straight from my heart (if not my iPad) and sincere thanks for the richness you bring into my life. Namaste

    1. Hi Michelle! Lovely vibes graciously accepted with the love they were given, as well as the lovely comment. Thank you πŸ™‚
      The pic’s were for all those people coming out of a very cold winter. I think they were all in need of a bit of sunshine to show what is coming. An appetiser for the season.
      Now I’m afraid my camera (and the operator) are a little unprofessional, but as long as there was lots of sunshine and grounding water I knew it would do the trick πŸ˜€
      Thanks for dropping by with your lovely energy. Mark

      1. You do NOT give yourself enough credit! I think that’s the joy of the camera…not everyone can paint or draw – but, everyone can catch a memory with the click of a button. Yours were the absolutely perfect dose of sunshine I needed. Thank you!

        1. Thank you Michelle, I think there had been a little negativity tucked in there somewhere. How dare I dilute the sunshine. Supporting words taken with the love they were given, thank you! πŸ™‚
          Oh, and you wouldn’t believe it….yesterday there were ten dolphins romping around in the entrance to the lake and my camera was safely back at home πŸ™‚ Maybe these ones were just for me! Next time maybe!

  3. Those raised the temperature here more than a little, Mark! I could practically feel your morning warming up with each picture. The worst thing here I think is, that even when summer arrives, we’re never entirely sure it’s going to live up to its name. Your place looks lovely. Beaches. Water. Sunshine. sigh I think I’ll go back and have another look. Thank you for these, Mark, from all here in the wild north! πŸ™‚

    1. Your weather must be a real tease on a day to day basis πŸ™‚ I don’t think I could live in your zone momus, I get the winter time blues as it is. They call it S.A.D. (seasonal affective disorder), where your circadian rhythm (body clock), gets out of whack from the lack of sunlight. I’d be a nut case in a week. Instead of being a healer, I’d need one πŸ˜€
      The tons of sunshine (ok, maybe a bit too much), gets you out and about and feel the world. I think we’re like ants, when its cold there is no movement, but warm them up and watch them go.
      One day I’ll get a real camera and do some decent shots, but for the moment you can dream with these.
      Soon momus, soon the sun will attack your bones and you can lay back and enjoy, she’s not far away now πŸ™‚

  4. You don’t have any snow! I just can’t imagine a place where there is no snow. I want no snow. Hell, I might just go put on some shorts just to say to the Universe that the time has come for the snow to MELT. It’s time for my flip flops to come out of their winter home, and a daffodil or two wouldn’t hurt either.

    1. No snow here naptimethoughts. The closest we ever get to that is the occasional very light flurry up in the mountain range over a hundred kilometres away. Mind you, it does give a lovely wind chill factor when it does. It actually doesn’t even get frost here because the sea and lake temperature keeps it above freezing. In fact we did have a big fog roll in for the first time last night, makes the lake all spooky with odd noises echoing down from who knows where. Some noises makes you sit up and take notice. I’m beginning to wonder if we have our very own Loch Ness inhabitant πŸ˜€

      1. I live on a lake too, and in our lake are these gigantic (for a lake, so like 4 feet long, really) fish that occasionally bubble to the surface and remind me of Nessie.
        Our snow is finally melting. I could do with a daffodil or two; I’m so ready.

        1. Some of the noises I hear out on the water at night makes me wonder naptimethoughts πŸ™‚ Many years ago I had fished here many times at night and I don’t care what anyone says, there’s some weird stuff happens out there!
          Mind you, I’m still waiting for the mermaid to sing me into the depths πŸ™‚
          More warmth coming your way, may a daffodil or two make its way into the light soon πŸ™‚ Mark

  5. Loved the photo of Dixie and Bonnie (but, then again, I am a sucker for horse photos!) Great work and a very cheery start to my day!

    1. Thank you Exit 4A. They are beautiful girls. Pity it was taken with a very old camera, but the memories are always there. Glad it started a great day for you. Namaste

    1. Hi Quiall. Lots of sunshine and thankfully the urge to get out and about and enjoy it. Can’t keep sticking my head into the computer, my eyes will go square πŸ™‚ And why would I, with all this around on a day to day basis, you would have to have rocks in your head to not get out and about around here πŸ™‚
      The only problem with the feathered locals, as I said to Sue, they keep trying to steal your fish and chips πŸ˜€

  6. I will be clicking my way there shortly Mark… Living in the middle of England we have had a cold winter, not much snow, but wet and windy, and dull dreary days that can dampen any spirit.. So when the Sun shines as it has over the last few days, it brings about the Feel Good Factor… Glad your own walk helped blow the cobwebs away..
    Blessings Sue

      1. Hope so, but the sun is usually not that strong for a tan until end of May June.. lol.. But looking forward none the less.. My seeds are sprouting on my window sills at the moment.. All good .. πŸ™‚

        1. Ah, your seeds know its time and responding well. I suppose that is the difference in our climate. Down here we had a very warm winter and averaged about 15 degrees and as soon as spring arrived it was up into the 24 to 26 degree’s very quickly. If there is no rain with it, it turns into a drought very fast because of the heat. In winter (as long as a good spot is found) you can grow tomatoes all year. A lovely brick wall facing the sun and absorbing the heat all day does the trick πŸ™‚

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