Extreme commuting…

I am just back from the island of Bute. It was one of the those white knuckle journeys after which you sink into the chair at home with the white lines still coming at you like machine gun tracer.

Not that there always are white lines on the roads I drive- the shaky shot above was taken on one of those half road-half hillside single track ‘roads’ we have up here. They can be dangerous, particularly if you take them for granted. Particularly if you are in a hurry.

Sometimes I take for granted just how wonderful the landscape is that I live and work in. Today was not one of those days as the power of the wind and the huge deluge of water falling was impossible to ignore. Here are a few shots taken on my commute home…

2 thoughts on “Extreme commuting…

  1. One day I will get back over to the UK and come for a visit and maybe come on one of your ‘extreme commutes’ – looks amazing! But no doubt weather conditions can seek to make thing extremely difficult. I must admit going into summer here Downunder means its difficult to appreciate the weather conditions you’re facing over there. God speed.

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