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Beth Jul 21
Ok..... here we go. Started my free trial of Britbox S4 **No spoilers** I've done well to avoid any of them. Bring it on and
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife 23h
Some fantastic displays of wildflowers here in at the moment including Oysterplant, Fairy Flax, Grass of Parnassus and the extremely localised Bog Orchid
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Douglas Henshall Jul 13
End of the first week of Shetland V. Another great cast and crew and now we’re off to the Isles. Can’t wait.
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Jon Dunn Jul 19
Visitors to at the moment can't fail to notice airy pink clouds of flowers in damp meadows and ditches - they're clouds of Ragged Robin, known to Shakespeare as crowflower, and part of Ophelia's garland, along with the early purple orchids he knew as long purples.
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Shetland Wildlife Jul 20
Two wonderful encounters with here in over the last 48hrs for our groups - what a way to end their week! Yesterday we followed the 27s pod from land down the east Mainland & today we followed the 64s pod on a similar route. A few pics fresh off the memory card...
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Jul 20
Amazing encounter with off Dales Voe, yesterday evening with friend & ace aerial filmmaker Nick McCaffrey capturing this beautiful footage.
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Douglas Henshall Jul 19
Minn Beach, Shetland. What a place.
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Shetland Wildlife Jul 18
Brilliant photographic opportunities with Puffins today on Hermaness, Unst for our 'Walk ' group and also at Sumburgh Head for our bespoke pho-tour guests.
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Jon Dunn 5h
Judging by the amount of purple bird poop that's appearing on my house windows at the moment, the crowberries are having a good summer out on the moor. A macro lens makes them look big and juicy but, in the flesh, they're tiny and best left for those hungry birds...
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SumburghHead Jul 19
Haar over Horse Island this afternoon.
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Douglas Henshall Jul 20
⁩ and I looking for baddies.
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Jon Dunn Jul 18
Selfheal is carpeting my maritime heath here in in a purple haze at the moment. Apparently some gardeners consider it a weed in their lawn. Personally I'd be delighted to have it brightening up the grass. (Also a big shout out here for daisies, dandelions & clover!)
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Douglas Henshall Jul 18
Lerwick 10.45 pm. Simmer Dim.
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Jul 17
One of the most amazing sights I've had the privilege to witness here in - a Grey Seal swimming to safety through a pod of . Incredible!
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Hugh Harrop Wildlife Jul 15
Orcas off the east Mainland of earlier this week enjoying life just as nature intended - in the ocean and not in a swimming pool.
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Brydon Thomason Jul 16
Epic encounter with yesterday. True privilege to be with the pod from Wick of Tresta, Fetlar, all the way north to Bluemull Sound. At least eight in pod, led/flanked by bull known as Busta (ID 32). Some awesome behavior inc breaching and bow riding
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Jon Dunn Jul 17
Bog Orchid & Lesser Twayblade are two of 's rarer orchid species - or at least, we think they are. Both are tiny, and both are surely overlooked in the vast wildness of the Shetland hills. I find it hard to choose a favourite, but the translucence of Bog is compelling...
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Shetland Wildlife Jul 15
Just a few of the many highlights from our Ultimate trip last week. An amazing encounter with Orcas plus Bearded Seal, Bog Orchids, Gannet feeding frenzy, Storm Petrels, Red-necked Phalaropes, Otters, Arctic alpines & more amazing weather. at her best again!
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Sandra Jul 22
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Douglas Henshall Jul 19
Looking out over a mill pond at Lodberries.
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