Hunting, fishing, shooting, bird dogs and back country travel.
So beautiful...you're a lucky man.
Glad to see you back. Been to "the rock" twice so far and hope some day to return.
Thanks Stephen and Michael. Been busy with work but with long evenings now I have been getting out shooting or walking most every day now. Trouting this week after work to be followed by salmon fishing in a few weeks. I don't want more money but I could sure use more time
I have a picture from the rocky coast of Northern Ireland that is almost identical to that third picture.It's beautiful. Would I find myself suddenly rich enough to quit my job (and somehow have decent health care) I'd retire there in a heartbeat.
Work drags on us all Brigid although your career I am sure ,is more interesting and challenging than most. A 19 year old man slipped and fell to his death near here a few weeks ago. He was hiking with several friends. I remember coming home from work and seeing the emergency services, the RCMP, and a hearse as they brought his body to the trailhead just outside my door
New England never makes me nostalgic for cold water, mist and rock, but Newfoundland can.I may have had ancetsors there-- the McCabes were generally a bit south in PEI and Nova Scotia, but a lot of foggier (sorry) Celtic ancestors may have come your "Rock".
Steve, I have never lived in the desert or semi desert but have visited a few desert areas. I feel like I am at home in semi arid or high plains country.Maybe its from my time spent on open country. I live for open vistas. I love being surrounded by sky. Much to much fog here in Newfoundland.It does make you soul sing on sunny days though after you have been in the fog for a while.
Great scenes, Dan. Isolated indeed.
Love the wild, savage feel to a rocky coast. Great to hear from you.
Thanks Michael and Casey
As always - beautiful photos Dan.