|Posted on February 13, 2014 at 7:40 AM|
I can't believe how long it is since I last put an entry in this blog.
This is an amazing area for photography and most days with decent light sees me out with my camera.
Now retired so don't need to worry about sleeping in any more. The 7a.m. rise is no more. I was rarely properly awake til 9 a.m. when I served my first customer.
My move back north went well and I am lucky enough to live somewhere that still has a working harbour, albeit smaller boats that mainly harvest squid.
The delight is most definitely the seals that frequent the harbour area and if they don't appear here they can usually be found just round the corner at Findhorn.
The sunsets are amazing and occasionally we are lucky enough to see the Northern Lights.
I have a new member in the household in the shape of an eccentric cat called Jose. I am considering changing his name to Hamish but nothing decided on that one yet.
He prefers to sit upstairs but comes down and is very sociable in the evenings.
And while I sit enjoying the warmth of an open fire, my heart goes out to the poor people in the south who are struggling against the floods and seeing their lovely homes ruined. Such an awful winter for them.