Sunday Morning Walk in pics

I haven’t been for a walk in to the beach in a few weeks, so did so this morning – along with Bud.

There is so much more life around the shore just now, teeming with flowers and birds.

Here is the machair part of my croft, full of daisies.

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One of my favourite places in the world is where Abhainn Chrois meets Traigh Chrois. My brothers and I played here a lot when we were younger.

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Down to the shore and someone has lost a lamb to the river. This might have died a year ago and only now been washed down. Who knows. Young animal anyway.

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Myself and Bud played on the beach for a wee while. Full of beans!

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This is Traigh Chrois, from the south, looking north. Love this place.

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I walked south along the coast to Traigh Dhall then. I almost stood on this wee fellow, an oystercatcher chick. Parents were buzzing around but he was as still as could be!

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Can you spot him here? Bud remained totally oblivious of him.

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Once I reached Traigh Dhail, there was a flood of gull chicks awaiting me. I came across these two, spotted another 15 or so and then decided to leave, as I didn’t want to disturb them too much.

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This one needs to work on it’s hide & seek technique.

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And then on the way home, I passed Boais’ cows – and calves

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