Sunday, 4 November 2007


bright crisp early start
wholegrain toast and cherry jam
and a new dog walk

clear views of the islands of Orkney

amazing stacks

witches hats

complete with eerie noises as the wind tunnels through

beautiful and inspiring colours and textures

and sisterly love xx



Katy said...

I have a lovely view....of the fence!!!! ha ha ha!!!
How lucky are you to be surrounded by those beautiful sights? Although I'm not being fair to Yorkshire, we are also surrounded by beautiful countryside (I just have the blooming fence to look at when I gaze out of my window!)

the flour loft said...

Stunning scenery.. you must wake up every day and pinch yourself.
So glad Tallulah is better. Hope you all have a better week.

Ragged Roses said...

What amazing scenery right on your doorstep! Beautiful. Tallulah looks happy too
Kim x

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Sasha @ Cherished Moments said...

What an amazing part of the world... one of my favourites! So different to here in Cairns, Australia! I adore your blog, and your shop...

Love Honor Disobey said... totally win the cute dog picture award. How cute are those dogs of yours? I just want to crawl in there with them to feel their warmth and bury my nose into those warm velvet ears. Jake is so wirey...often I wish he had soft, short whippet's so so so lush!

Those rocks lol! Looks like a giant witch laying on her back in the bathtub wearing a huge Jean Paul Gaultier bra!


marti said...

what wonderful photos! and i love the pic of the two dogs together!

Jane said...

I love your beautiful views, mine are of a tiny garden a with a brick wall at the back. Lovely to see Tallulah is recovering well.

Rubyred said...

Stunning scenery,just so inspiring.

Patti said...

What a wonderful wonderful view. Looks like the weather is fine too (for now)

Liz said...

What a beautiful place to live! Your dogs must love getting outside in a place like that!

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acrossthepond said...

I really love seeing the photos of your dogs. Please post lots of animal pics.
I am enjoying reading your blog also all the way over here in Canada. It really grounds me to my British heritage,especially as I yearn for the country again.