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Month: July 2012

White Shetland Pony on Isle of Yell

White Shetland Pony captured on the isle of Yell – one of the North Isles of Shetland. We found a large group of Shetland ponies when we came out of the ferry on Yell and used a bit of time getting some images of the cute ponies. I really like this relative small intelligens and strong breed of ponies. The shetland pony seems to fit to the harsh and sometime uninviting landscape on the islands in the north atlantic. In the old times the shetland ponies were first used for pulling carts, carrying peat, coal and other items, and plowing. Nowadays the ponies are mostly use for horseback-ridding. If you...

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Green Vauxhall

Green Vauxhall parked on the side of the road. We saw the Vauxhall driving north on the main island in Shetland – what a lovely treat

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Red Shed on Shetland

On the top of Shetland I found this nice little rusty red shed standing all by it self on a vindy field along the road to Norwick beach.

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Muckle Flugga Lighthouse

The Muckle Flugga Lighthouse is the most northerly lighthouse in Britain situated on a small rocky island north of Unst in the Shetland Islands, Scotland.

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