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16 October 2014

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peace on earth


Peace on earth, a dream come true
Peace on earth, when will it start
Peace on earth, begins with you
Peace on earth.. it's in your heart

Sunrise from Bayble,LewisBernerayGeri (Motos mum) at the fishingRodel, HarrisFerns, Cladach Charinis, North UistRodel, HarrisSunset in the west over Benbecula, from Rueval
Posted on isles pictures at 11:39

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This is my first visit to your blog ... and it certainly won't be my last. Wonderful photos and poetry that comes from the heart. Thank you.

Plaid from on her first visit


thanks again for really lovely photos---and the verse

carol from after the storm


has geri got a luv interest (doggy pal)?i think she looks stunning in this pic please can we have more awoooooooooo woof woof

glen the collie from up the road


Love the B&W pics. Will be back for more. http://boxesbellows.blogspot.com/

Andrea from Lewis


Great pictures, great prose.

Ac from Coll


are you sure Plaid? what about april 2006? Maybe there's two Plaids. Thanks anyway

isles pictures from grimsay


calm down Glen - i know where you live up the road and i'll be keeping an eye on you.

isles pictures from grimsay


Excellent blogging...thanks

Offshore View from in contemplation


Wow! Amazing photos & poetry. Have only managed o read Peace on Earth but will explore the rest of the blog slowly. I also write a little: http://www.shiftingspace.blogspot.com.Peace definatley begins within......

Juliette Llewellyn from Cardiff, Wales


great pictures, a reminder of my hollidays on this island.

dirky from flanders (belgium)


Beaut photos - keep them comming.

Catriona from Na Lochan




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