Friday, April 2, 2010


I’ve been away hunting for a few days.

No, I’ve not been satisfying some bloodthirsty urge.

Here is a hint of what I’ve been hunting:And:We haven't had phone coverage for a lot of the past few days, let alone internet.

I hope to get on line properly in the next couple of days, but tonight it is very late.

So goodnight.


Cynthia Reese said...

Beautiful. Makes me feel VERY peaceful, which is DEFINITELY what I needed.

Jaydee Morgan said...

Very nice. I'm also lucky to live in a place where beautiful skies abound. In fact, our province's slogan is "Land of the Living Skies".

Ann said...

Absolutely beautiful photos. You really have a wonderful eye.

Rayna M. Iyer said...

The first specially, is such a stunning photograph.

Incidentally, Steve Irwin was rescuing a koala on TV yesterday, and I thought about you.

Al said...

Hi Cynthia,
Thank you! What can I say, only too pleased to have been of service.

Hi Jaydee,
Thank you. I've never been to Canada, let alone Saskatchewan must be a gorgeous place.

Hi Ann,
Only too happy to share. Composition helps, but the real secret is take 100s and pick the best ;)

Hi Rayna,
I liked it as well, more to follow.
But, I've never been rescued by Steve Irwin :)

Talli Roland said...

Gorgeous photos! Thanks for sharing. Sigh.

Jemi Fraser said...

Those photos are stunning - don't know if the land or the sky impresses me more - nicely done! :)

Jen said...

Beautiful photos!!

Al said...

Hi Talli,
More piccies coming up. I am pleased you liked these. I agree, sigh.

Hi Jemi,
Welcome and thank you! It certainly wasn't a difficult area do get a nice piccie.

Candice said...

Beautiful. Hunting with a camera always yields much prettier results. :)

Al said...

Hi Candice,
Thank you.
And as a bonus, when you use a camera there is usually much less mess to clean away.

DJ Kirkby said...

Really amazing photos. Not sure if you're able to get on line properly or not but if you can please visit my Chez Aspie blog before Monday evening for a chance to treat your inner geek for free. I wont tell anyone. Promise ;)

Yvonne said...

I found you at Jemi's. And I like what I've found. Beautiful pictures and I was taken in by your profile, the hippy parents and all. Plus, I too am working on getting that first novel published. Good luck!

Elaine AM Smith said...

I have absolutely no idea what you are hunting; I'd like it to be fossilised remains of jurrasic creatures but I wonder if you're hunting birds - to photograph, of course.

WV: dinateds - fated ;)

Al said...

Hi DJ,
Thanks for the heads up. I'll check it out.
Pleased you liked the photos.

Hi Yvonne,
Welcome. Pleased you like my piccies!I knew those parents of mine would come in handy for something :) Good luck with your writing efforts as well.

Hi Elaine,
The clues are in the piccies themselves.
I love fossilised remains and have hunted them before. But not this time.