Monday, March 15, 2010

Scottish Word of the Week March 15,2010

The theme for the photo of the week is changing seasons, and since this year we don't really plan on doing much in the garden besides mow the lawn, there isn't anything in the garden to show the changing seasons so far. But the sky is finally blue and cloudy, instead of grey and depressing looking.

But there is still snow on the ground in some parts:
This weeks Scottish words of the week:

1. syboes
2. scaffie

Answer to the last word:

1. ingin means onion

9 comments:

JudiA said...

What pretty skies. Those would be great reference photos for a painting. I don't think I have gotten a single word right yet, so I'm not even going to try, LOL!

2paw said...

It must be so nice to see some blue sky at last!!
There is much discussion in Art circles about the difference in light between the Northern and Southern hemispheres. I expect we all get used to the sky we have!!

Michelle Eaton said...

Beautiful photos!! Glad you are getting some nice weather at the moment.

Serena said...

Beautiful skies! I love the first pic!

Linda Fleming said...

Those skies are such a brillant blue!

Macpurp said...

beautiful photos. as for the words
minds me, need to sort my stuff afore the scaffie wagon comes roond!
love teen x

Michelle (artscapes) said...

Spring is even early here and the sun is out... It's so nice. isn't it!

Leslie Hawes said...

syboes...part human, part mechanical organisms.

scaffie...dark, bitter morning beverage, best served before being spoken to.

Chrissy said...

It is lovely to see some blue skies at last. We still had snow on the hills at the w/e which is pretty much unheard of...but I saw some of the very first daffodils breaking out...only 4 in about 400 but they are getting there :)