I've finally been getting around to editing some of my footage shot down in the Kintyre area of Scotland. Mainly seals, highland cows and sheep. Seriously if you ever want to see an area of unspoilt beauty, then definitely take a little trip down there.
Lenny, my cat, has been keeping me company whilst i've been working through it. I've never seen one wee cat so fascinated by seals, highland cows, and sheep.
Here he is in the pictures and video below.
Like I say, he's been absolutely fascinated! Now if only I could teach him how to use the controls!
I'll be editing for a while longer tonight, but i'll take a little break to bring in the bells, seeing as it's Hogmanay and all!
Have fun and safe one and i'll speak to you in 2018!
You'll remember the wee furry visitor I mentioned yesterday. Well, he wasn't a wee monster at all. In fact he's a wee bit of a cutie - Shug The Pug!
When i was trying to settle on a name for him I found that Shug, being the Scottish name for a young lad, and also the shortened form of Hugh, actually was derived from the German Hugh, meaning 'hug'. So Shug is a wee pug that really does love hugs.
You can find him nestled on t-shirts etc on my usual outlets like zazzle and redbubble.
I had a great time painting him, and hope you can give him a wee home to settle in!
Uh-oh! There's what looks like a scary visitor coming! Will he gobble us up or be nice and friendly?
I'll reveal all tomorra!
If i'm not eaten by then.
Speak soon! (hopefully)
Whit's he up tae noo?
The blog posts of David Brodie, a Scottish artist based near Glasgow.