My life has been like a roller coaster the last two weeks. Too much to think about, too many decisions to make, too many things and people needing attention. Time and inclination to blog has therefore been rather scarce. However, I can’t leave you hanging too long, so I thought I’d share a few of my favorite pictures from some time back. The pictures were all taken an autumn day, when the first cold nights had started to cover the small pools of highland water with thin crusts of ice. I only had a point and shoot at that time, but I still think the pictures came out all right. What do you think?
The ice adds a lovely sheen to the water and creates beautiful cracked mirror images of the trees and bushes.
The silvery branches hang low over the water and create lovely patterns.
The iron ore in the rocks add a warm glow.
As does the heather and the moss.
The low autumn sun paints with light and shadow and the ice glistens with highlights.