Thursday, 7 January 2016

Blog header

The new blog header comes from my good friend Gordon Hay, who took this photograph during one of the few recent sunny evenings whilst on the top of Colley Hill. The view is looking SSW towards Mordor Leith Hill. I really should get my act together and produce a few more headers, although I do like my usual one so much that it will appear again in the future.

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  1. Mmmm, I think I preferred the previous one.
    I've often fancied one of those but as a PC iliterate I've never worked out how to do it.

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    1. Send me was images Derek and I'll knock some up for you.

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  2. A change is as good as a rest Steve, I like to change mine with the seasons or to match something that is currently around....

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    1. I've always liked that about 'From the Notebook' Stewart, the surprise as to what the header will be. Little Auk in a basket coming up?

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    2. Never had one in a basket Steve, they all just fly by or swim past quite healthily. Maybe this weekend will change that.

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  3. As soon as I clicked on ND&B I thought, "wow, what a wonderful header, look at the detail and the overallness" (not a word but so what?) Then I see it wasn't yours...lol, it's brilliant anyway. It'll have to suffice until you put your own image back I guess :)

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    1. Don't rub it in Seth, I'm encouraging a very young photographer here.... oh, hang on, Gordon's almost my age.... oh, well.

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    1. Cheers Bill, I'll pass that on to Mr Hay.

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  5. Beautiful....but one does not simply walk up Leith Hill

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    1. You can actually see the sea from the top of the tower Simon!

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    1. I should have claimed it as my own Jono...

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  7. so which particular character are you pray tell ? I could proffer some

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  8. "twas in the darkest depths of Mordor" ?

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    1. Ah, most probably Gandalf the Green!

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