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Getting out and about with the camera today, after a a bit of a flat spot. Too much good stuff on the festive 'telly been distracting me.


Clear skies and ice for another progress check on the Black Devon Wetlands viewing screen. Sun set and the blue hour kicked in, with the waxing crescent moon chasing Venus towards the horizon. As it got darker Mars became visible too behind the moon.

As for the viewing structure the top section now houses some intricate panels depicting the wildlife and local heritage. It's absolutely stunning. There wasn't a lot of wildlife around, probably due to the ongoing construction, but I'm sure it'll be worth popping down here with a telephoto and a Thermos pretty soon.

Some more images included in a the gallery below - click the thumbnails to see more, and feel free to share.

Architecture by: civic architecture  • Interpretation panel artwork by: Astrid Jaekel, Edinburgh