19 thoughts on “Not The Loch Ness Monster

  1. Well, if there is a Loch Ness Monster he won’t escape you and your marvellous camera. You just might catch him one day! In the meantime, what a fascinating picture this is with the ice looking just like a beak and the ripples on the water. I love looking at it.
    Wendy (Wales)

  2. Wow – love the icicles :) You have a great eye for a good photograph – it’s inspiring me to look around more carefully when I’m out and about!

  3. Pia – Thank you!

    Lucy – It was cold. Properly cold. It’s now a damp and crap just-above-zero. Prefer frosty days. :)

    Sophie – It was a very unusual find!

    Holler – Tell me you aren’t pretending winter is over already? You’re setting yourself up for disappointment, methinks! ;)

    Violet – Very glad. :)

    Johanna – Once he’d figured out it wasn’t going to throw a stick for him, he wasn’t interested.

    Kathryn – I thought it was a bit eerie too…

    Antonia – Isn’t it?

    Aforkfullofspaghetti – Agreed. Very odd looking.

    Maryann = Thank you. :)

    Mandy – :-D

    Jules – Oh good. Couldn’t ask for more.

    Wendy – The ripples were caused by Marco paddling in the water, waiting for a stick to be thrown!

    Lysy – Get a dog. Since getting Marco I’ve been out and about in fields and woods and by lochs a hundred times more than I used to be!

  4. You are maybe right Wendy! I am trying to wish the winter to an end. I am repeatedly checking BBC weather, for each degree the temperature rises and counting how many more minutes we are gaining in sunlight each week. I am a very, very sad individual!

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