One Day One World Project: 19:00 – 20:00

Another image from our Scottish holiday.  When we spent many an evening exploring the area. This photo is from Auchencairn. Watching the tide come in.

still boat

Lisa of the blog NorthWest Frame of Mind has decided to run a different project over the next 24 weeks. To try to show what is happening in different parts of the world (if you all join in) at a particular time of day. If you would like to participate you have until next Saturday midnight to post a photo or write about what is happening in your part of the world between 19:00 – 20:00 this week.  I hope you’ll join in! See links for more details.

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I have lived in the UK for most of my life, but when young I definitely had wanderlust and even ended up living in South Africa for several years which was a wonderful experience. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

40 thoughts on “One Day One World Project: 19:00 – 20:00”

    1. It was hard to see whether the tide was actually coming in! I could only tell my comparing photos I’d taken earlier.

  1. Hard to comprehend that this is Scotland Jude. No grey skies, threatening clods, or raindrops on the lake. Great shot!
    Regards from Norfolk as always, Pete. x

    1. It’s on the Solway Firth Pete. And every evening was like this, absolutely glorious. We only had one wet day, and even that cleared up by mid-afternoon. You mean it isn’t usually like this? 😉

    1. A driving holiday would be good – then you can follow the good weather. I want to do an island hopping holiday.

  2. Like a dinner plate indeed as an earlier comment pointed out. The sky and sea just melt together. Beautiful photo once again Jude!

    1. I was hoping for a spectacular sunset (behind me) to see it reflect on that cloud formation, but it didn’t happen. It was a very calm evening.

    1. Why thank you Meg. I have only really just started being interested in landscapes. I normally focus on architecture, close-ups of details and flowers of course.

    1. it is calm Sylvia, I guess because it is sort of inland and the tide goes out for miles so you don’t see any waves as such. Mindst you, in a storm maybe it’s different.

    1. Well we did for an hour or so. Lovely light. I realise the time slot should be from the week you post, but I didn’t do anything last week. I will try harder this week 🙂

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