In response to the Weekly Photographic Challenge this week, the biggest ‘Treat‘ I can have, is to be outdoors, armed with my camera, on a pleasant and warm sunny day. Here are four photographs I took at the very beginning of October, whilst out on a walk from Kirkcaldy to West Wemyss.
The first photo was taken down at the back of the beach at Dysart, just to the west of Kirkcaldy. It is a photo of a hoverfly enjoying the late summer sunshine, on some Sea Aster (Aster Tripolium).
The second photo was taken from the edge of Ravenscraig Park, looking back towards Kirkcaldy
The third photograph is taken from the top of the cliffs at the eastern end of Dysart, looking down on the small coastal village of West Wemyss (pronounced ‘weems’).
The final image was taken, as I walked back later on in the day, from almost the same spot as the above photo, but this time looking back at Dysart (and Kirkcaldy beyond), as the sun was just beginning to set.
A perfect ‘treat’!!!