Classic pictures and photos. What’s yours ?

What’s your favourite picture or photo? Mine is not easy to choose. When I left for RAF Leuchars the girls in my office gave me the picture below done by a local artist. It was of my dog Teallach who was my constant companion for over 12 years.

Teallach

It’s a classic as the troops were always dressing him up and he just sat there. What a character he was.

I have always taken photos many were on slides. It was a lot harder to take them on a camera as phones on cameras make life so simple. Yet it’s the odd shot you get in a storm or a wild day that to me take you back to that days memories.

Canada Weeping Wall Alberta spindrift.

It’s not easy taking photos in wild conditions but sometimes it’s worth the effort.

Lochnagar top of route time for home!

How many cameras have I gone through ? Lots but it’s worth it to me. As the memory fades these photos give my fading memory a jolt!

“The King gets Crowned”

I have just bought another wee camera as well. It is a LUMIX it does the job how long will it last I have no clue. Pointless having a camera that you are scared to use due to the weather.

Top tips – take plenty of photos easy now with technology. Make sure you back up saved photos.

Name and date each one as your memory fades this is great.

Weather – Get those photos taken !

The other side of MRT.

What’s yours ?

Ben Lui by a pal Terry Moore .

Of course Teallach on the In Pin.

About heavywhalley.MBE

Mountain Rescue Specialist. Environmentalist. Spent 37 years with RAF Mountain Rescue and 3 years with a civilian Team . Still an active Mountaineer when body slows, loves the wild places.
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