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‘Lockdown Life’

Weekly Photographic Competition —
finished Wednesday 1st April 2020

(This is the first 'Lockdown Life' weekly photographic competition)

Photographs entered into this competition:

29: Wyvern at the bottom of the lane in Grange Loan
Three photos from our walks this week
Moira Davidson

28: Rainbow on the pavement in Seton Place
Three photos from our walks this week
Moira Davidson

27: The Berrills’ grave in Grange Cemetery – we paid our respects today
Three photos from our walks this week
Moira Davidson

26: Wonky Daffodil
I've been getting my daffodils ready for the Caley (virtual) Spring Show. I can't exhibit this lovely bloom (variety 'Nightflight') because it only has four petals instead of the usual six.

John Murison

25: Signs of Spring and hope in Fairmilehead Park
Janet Ferguson

24: Frogspawn in the Elf Loch
Nature continues as usual! Taken on one of our daily walks.

Pamela Jack

23: Keeping us connected
Ewan Walker

22: The joy of streaming Sunday services in your dressing gown and slippers!
John Adair

21: Time to make sourdough bread
John Adair

20: Delivering Flowers for Mother’s Day whilst taking precautions
John Adair

19: New Zealand Teddies (2)
Sent to us from Wellington NZ by our son who says that teddy bears in windows are the new cheer up thing there and he thought in London also. We have now put a tiny bear in our window but so far no comments!

Val Smart

18: New Zealand Teddies (1)
Sent to us from Wellington NZ by our son who says that teddy bears in windows are the new cheer up thing there and he thought in London also. We have now put a tiny bear in our window but so far no comments!

Val Smart

17: Rhona Hastings with new son Fraser Daniel Simpson, born today 31st March
Definitely the highlight of Grandma's week!

Diana Hastings

16: These beautiful ducks knew it was difficult to visit them...
so they came to visit us in our garden pond!!
Hazel Macaulay

15: Roger’s 83rd birthday, 22 March
His brother and sister-in-law put the cake on the doorstep and sang

Diana Bland

14: Taken in the Braidburn valley on a sunny afternoon      Most popular photo!
Rona Ferguson

13: Simple beauty on a morning walk
David Allan

12: "How doth the little busy bee improve each shining hour..." (Isaac Watts)
seen on our patio door on 29 March
Isabel Graham

11: Waiting for a chance to fly
Hazel Macaulay

10: A host of golden daffodils...
and no other people
Duncan Macniven

9: Pink Daffodils, grown on our windowsill
The other little plants are apple seeds! I wonder how long until we get apples!!!!
Carol Davies

8: First over the finish line
Isabel Hunter wins the first ever Abbotsford GP (helped by the fact there was nobody else racing 😆)

Second most popular photo!
Neil Hunter

7: Emily in lockdown
Warrior-like preparation for a food shopping trip in locked down Madrid
Emily Edwards (submitted by Janet Edwards)

6: Resilience – building
Rachel McWilliam

5: Practising Social Distancing...
at the Merchants of Edinburgh Golf Course

Rachel McWilliam

4: Don't forget the butterflies!
Made for me yesterday by the two little boys next door – and reminding us that even in these tough times there are still moments of thoughtfulness and wonder, if we can stay alert to them...

Mary McMahon

3: Pot of Tulips
One of the pots I was preparing for The Caley's (www.thecaley.org.uk) Spring Show, now cancelled. Enjoy them anyway.

Alison Murison

2: Eye spy a rainbow
Murphy photographed by his owner this week on one of their precious daily walks 🙂
Rona Sommerville

1: Handcream options
To counteract all the hand-washing!

Alison Murison

 

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