10/08/2016

Rolling Clouds & Mountains




I took these photos on the morning of the 26th birthday last week and knew I would have to share them on the blog at some point, so voila! I just loved the way the clouds were rolling across the peaks and the shadows they created on the mountains was gorgeous, and having this kind of weather on my birthday was the cherry on top, so thank you Cumbria. 

I'm linking up with the lovely Sue for Wordless Wednesday this week.


Hope you're all having a wonderful Wednesday!

Tasha
xxx

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful sight and i like very much your way to observe and saw the nature http://www.totalitech.com/

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  2. Beautiful clouds! I love the area on your photos because we have no mountains in our country.

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  3. The clouds and skies make a beautiful combination for scenic photos and these are gorgeous!
    You could link with Skyley.blogspot.com for Skywatch Fridays and Good Fences tomorrow at Run-a-roundranch.blogspot.com.

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  4. Beautiful photos!

    Thanks for your comment the other day. Regarding the wildlife trust work, I now have sessional jobs with both Staffordshire and Derbyshire Wildlife Trust. Sessional work is essentially a zero hours contract and it's occasional work but I do know of people who have been sessionals and have then got full time jobs. I don't think either will ever lead to a full time job for me but I suppose there's always a chance. Most of the work I do for Derbyshire is voluntary but it's because I was volunteering that they offered me the sessional job when it came up.

    I think volunteering is certainly a foot in the door and from what I hear it seems many people who work in conservation related roles began as a volunteer somewhere. It just depends if you have the time! If I could afford it, I'd just do more volunteering and then hope it led to a job, but sadly I can't afford to quit my school job! I hope that answer helped a little!

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  5. I forgot, you also asked about the bat event - that was a training event where the wildlife trust reserved 10 places for staff and volunteers and then sold 10 places to the public for £12 each to make a bit back to cover costs. I was lucky enough to get a staff/volunteer place! I expect most wildlife trusts will run similar bat related evenings so I'd say just keep an eye on the events section of the website for you local wildlife trust.

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  6. Lovely mountain scenes!
    Thank you for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/08/a-little-dab-of-color.html

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  7. Oh wow! What a great view on your birthday! A great way to start a new year &hopefully a sign of good things to come!

    Do you live in that area or were you just visiting? I would love to have that vista just beyond the backdoor, that for sure! x

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  8. Oh I so wished I lived near some hills to watch the clouds role over them!

    I love all the colours in these photo, so much green, blue and gorgeous bright whites of the clouds.

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  9. Such beautiful landscapes but those dramatic clouds steal the show!

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