Weekly Photo Challenge: Opposites – Part 2

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The cottages of Torridon village in the Western Highlands are bathing in sunlight whilst the top of the mountain is wrapped in cloud and fog.

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The rains are heavy further down Loch Torridon while we walk in the sun. We keep our dogs on the lead near livestock.

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This part of the Scottish Highlands sees a lot of rainfall, which creates interesting opposites of light and dark.

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Wealthy people fly in by helicopter to spend time at their Highland retreat.

We travel here by road. To us every part of the journey is as breathtaking and beautiful as the destination.

Sending love to you all,

Eivor, Pearl and Xenia xxx

Photographs taken by Xenia Tran, unedited.

Camera: Lumix  Panasonic FZ38, setting: Landscape.

You can see Part 1 of our contribution to the Challenge here.

Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Opposites

Weekly Photo Challenge: Opposites – Part 1

The weekly photo challenge is ‘Opposites’ and even though all our rescue dogs are united as a pack, they are different in appearance and personality.

Below are a few photographs for this challenge, starting with the present and traveling back through time.

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Eivor and Pearl approach water differently …

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When Seamus and Ruby waited for treats, one was always more patient than the other …

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Fergal and Seamus were soul brothers, even though they looked very different …

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The last photo reminds me of a cartoon by ‘Off The Leash’ I saw on Facebook:

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With love from Eivor, Pearl and Xenia xxx

Photographs taken by Xenia Tran, unedited.

Camera: Lumix Panasonic FZ38, setting: iA

The older photographs of Seamus and Fergal were taken with a Minolta camera I had for ten years previously.

You can see Part 2 of our contribution to the Photo Challenge here.

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Opposites