Categories
Latest entries
15 December 2013:
@Duncansbyhead (Scotland)

12 November 2010:
Le Petit Som (FR) - 9 km

12 September 2010:
Le Charmant Som (FR) - 13 km

Archives
Our stockphotos
You can buy our best photos online now

Royalty vrije Beelden

Sample image

Camus Nan Geall Bay (Scotland)
Camus Nan Geall Bay (SC)
Blogroll
Member of
Bookmark and Share
Syndicate
Search
Monday, October 15, 2007
Here some lovely pictures of the Rogie Falls during Autumn in Scotland. The colors are just amazingly. Yellow, red, orange, soft green, dark green, and everything in between .

image


The pictures underneath are taken around the Falls and can be enlarged by clicking on them. We had seen the Rogie Falls in Spring but we like it more in this specific time of the year. Just enjoy!
imageimage
Elgar the Moose • 01:36 AM • Filed under: Landscapes,Trees and plants,Walks • (0) CommentsPermalink

Bookmark and Share
Sunday, September 02, 2007
The Ink cap (Coprinus comatus), is a common fungus often seen growing on lawns, along gravel roads and waste areas. The Ink cap is recognizable from its cap which initially covers almost the whole of its stem (left picture)

imageimage


Then the bell-shaped caps open out. The caps are white, and covered with scales. The gills beneath the cap are white, then pink, then turn black and secrete a black liquid filled with spores (hence the "ink cap" name) (right picture).

When young it is an excellent edible mushroom provided that, after being collected, it is eaten soon. Never tried it ourselves though. It is said that when you use alcohol with this mushroom it gets poisoned. So…… be careful.

Clan MacMoose • 01:35 AM • Filed under: Trees and plants,Clan MacMoose • (0) CommentsPermalink

Bookmark and Share
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
Well.... the title of this entry is obvious.

image
Clan MacMoose • 04:32 AM • Filed under: Trees and plants,Clan MacMoose • (0) CommentsPermalink

Bookmark and Share
Saturday, August 04, 2007
The Heath Spotted Orchid's (to be precise the Dactylorhiza maculata) flowering period is from late May to early August.

It will grow in well-drained habitats such as grassland, moors and heaths, from sea-level to 900m. This photo was taken at Glen Cannich, Scotland.

image
Clan MacMoose • 04:31 AM • Filed under: Trees and plants,Clan MacMoose • (1) CommentsPermalink

Bookmark and Share

Page 1 of 1 pages