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Guestbook for All Photographs
248.David Newby(non-registered)
A long time since my last, visit but well worth coming back, you have both created superb images as always.
247.Jeff Hodgson(non-registered)
Hi Pauline, just spent a very enjoyable half-hour reading your 'report' of your last trip to the Uists. You may remember us from WAB, we posted as jeffnsue, mainly orchids and we're off to stay on Grimsay for a week starting 25th July 2015. We're going with our chums Sue and Clive, he posted exquisite moth photos on WAB as CEJ.

We're looking for Irish Lady's Tresses and Hebridean Marsh Orchid but Clive will be taking his moth trap too and the bird life there looks a delight too, can't wait to see all those raptors and divers, not to mention skuas and corncrakes. Do you have any tips on the best orchid sites on the Uists and Barra?

Where are you posting photos now WAB has gone, Clive and I are using the gallery on BirdForum, essentially as a means of sharing photos with each other.

All the best
Jeff Hodgson
243.Pauline and Ian Wildlife Images
Thanks Mike glad you enjoyed your visit! I guess Mather Lane might not have changed much then - we've been here since 1972 I think it was and its not changed much in that time - the mill is still there and the bridge over the canal!!!! Pine Martens really like raw eggs too so that can be a first attractant, but after putting a couple out you need the animal to stay - not rush off with the egg - so thats where the jam and sultana mix comes in - something he can;t run off with but has to delay and eat for a few mins and thats when you get your best chance at a photo!!! Good luck!
242.Mike Snelle(non-registered)
Really enjoyed visiting your website.your photos are excellent and the blog is really interesting ...and entertaining! I'm off to Ardnamurchan next month and I've got a few tips from you about photographing pine martins( plenty of jam and an umbrella! )
Ps went to school in Mather Lane over50 years ago!
241.Stu(non-registered)
Your latest images from Scotland are simply stunning.
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