#SundayStills ~ Let’s Take a Look #Photography #Peep

Welcome to the Sunday Stills feature, hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt.


This week’s word is Peep, which can mean several things including to peer through, look cautiously or take a quick look.

A baby blue tit taking his first look at the outside world.

Small flowers emerging from the foliage into the sunshine.

These friendly Herdwicks came from across the field to say hello as I stood by the dry stone wall. Don’t you just love their smiley faces.

Take a peek through the blue gate at the Rockport scenery. And a slice of the view at the end of this narrow street in Tenby.

I did take a peek, but that was enough for me. The cave didn’t actually go back very far but I still wasn’t going in there.

On the left a view of Llangollen from the dizzing heights (1000 feet down I believe) of the medieval ruins of Castell Dinas Bran. On the right, Llanddwyn island through the ruins of the church.

Llanddwyn translates to The Church of St Dwynwen. St Dwynwen is known as the patron saint of lovers, the Welsh equivalent of St Valentine, and her day is celebrated on January 25th. 

21 thoughts on “#SundayStills ~ Let’s Take a Look #Photography #Peep

  1. Beautiful images Cathy, I especially love the way you captured the young blue tit taking a peek and the sweet faces of the herdwick 💚🐏 Wishing you a happy Sunday and much love from our house to yours 🤗💕🐕 xxx

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    1. Thanks, Terri. Yes, I love watching the birds. We have two nest boxes in use this year. I’d love to see them fledge but it’s unlikely I’ll be watching just at the right moment. You have a great week too!

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  2. As always, your photography is a treat to view, Cathy! I loved each of these pics, and I learned some new things, too. Plus, the blue tit and the sheep are adorable! Thanks for sharing! 😊❤️

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