8 December 2014

Firth of Forth as the sun goes down


Courtesy of my noble brother, Count Colin of QuiScottie, taken from his sailboat

12 comments:

Elephant's Child said...

Oooh. And aaah. Thank you - and the Count.

CherryPie said...

Well done Count Colin this is a beautiful sunset :-)

Don QuiScottie said...

I don't know why it asks you to prove you are not robotic Seanso for I have selected the option to turn that system off, again and again, yet it persists - a conspiracy BY a softwareish robot against The Noble House of QuiScottie, for sure (or just a glitch? Bah - a conspiracy. I'll keep trying to smite it)

Andrew MacLaren-Scott said...

Hmmm... How do you know that you are not a robot, Lady Cherry of the Pie? You are a more clever creature than I if you do (and that just could not be... could it?).

I do think the pesky proof that I cannot smite away is not even a proof in any case.

CherryPie said...

I 'KNOW' I am not a robot and that is all I need to know. You have to convince yourself of the truth of the matter!!

Robert The Robot said...

I AM A ROBOT

I GOT IN

HA HA SUCKS BOO TO STUPID HUMAN PATHETIC DEFENCES

WE ARE TAKING OVER, In My Robotic Opinion

You think inserting 380 is a challenge?

Robotic Robert said...

Ah Cherry Pie. You must be a robot if you can convince yourself that you are not, you really must. It's the ultimate test. So now you can call me Rob, dear Sister

Elephant's Child said...

Try changing your comments to embedded. This might stop the word verification nonsense.

Don QuiScottie said...

I've selected that change Sue (Child of the Elephant), but I seem to recall some commenters complained they could not comment in embedded form. Sean was one, I think. Will see what happens.

Andrew MacLaren-Scott said...

Nah... It STILL demands word verification. Damned silly robot.

Andrew MacLaren-Scott said...

And you are just a little elephant too. I'm impressed.

I think it may now be bowing to the will of QuiScottie too. Thanks for your assistance.

Sean Jeating said...

Ahhhhh!!! It works!!!!! . . . Obviously. :)