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Looking south at 9-32 am

By Sasanach  
A photograph from my office window this morning.

The vessel without much freeboard was loading equipment for the fish farm. The sun had just risen over the hill throwing light across the loch. The day was promising warmth.

Tags: General Transport Glamaig Landscape and travel Loch portree Supply vessel Loading cargo

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Nigel_95 Plus
10 260 2 United Kingdom
10 Feb 2011 7:20PM
I like the shot and the location of your office.

Nigel

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saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
10 Feb 2011 7:30PM
Beautiful image with lovely view,well done,
saeid
How can you concentrate with such a view!!!!!
Great photo.
JNC
10 Feb 2011 7:52PM
Lovely shot, what a great office location.
Sylvia
EMJAYCEE Plus
7 9 10 England
10 Feb 2011 11:10PM
You must enjoy going to work with this view to look at. The colours and tones in this shot are very beautiful indeed.
Joan.
RonnieAG Plus
6 153 116 Scotland
11 Feb 2011 4:05AM
Gosh, what a view from the office window......makes going to work so worth while!Wink Very well captured, Richard.
Ronnie.
Metalhead 8 1.9k 2 England
11 Feb 2011 10:20AM
Very nice... My office looks down into the factory! I don't even get a window on to the outside world!

It would make going to work much easier looking at this scene every day! Or maybe the opposite, knowing you're stuck in there for the day? Grin

Chris
Sasanach 6 9 1 Scotland
11 Feb 2011 6:23PM
I go to work without leaving home. The office is the next room to our bedroom. We do our business on the ground floor from mid to late March until the end of October. The sitting room is the top floor. Life can be full of little hardships but why choose to travel to work when you can have a business on your doorstep.
I thank you all for visiting my photograph and for your kind words.

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