View from my front window ~ steeper than the pic shows ~ as I'm about a mile up a really steep hill, looking out across the Irish sea to Ireland. The view's ever changing. This was it in February last year ~ looked even better in June (can't find pic) when the purple heather was out, and the gorse was a startlingly beautiful dark yellow. I feel privileged to have such a view! 😊❤️️ And, no neighbours apart from sheep!
Sheep absent in the pic as it was lambing time. They come back in after lambing and the view of the pure white little lambs having their version of a 'mad half hour' with between 5 and 9 gamboling around like loons, is hysterically funny to watch. 😊
Sheep are often considered to be 'stupid followers'? The lambs are very smart. They often sneak out under the field gate, and under my farm type gate entry to the front of the house ~ but if anyone approaches my gate, they quickly get back into their field exactly as the same way as they came in! Far from 'stupid'..! 😉
The other 'neighbours' that I love are the family of barn owls which reside in the ruins behind my house ~ they bring their chicks down to the front of my home each year, almost as if to show off their latest brood. The adults are also beautiful come the sunset, when they're out hunting ~ and settling in the trees in the back garden. What graceful, beautiful birds they are!
The sunsets up here are absolutely stunning too. I used to take a lot of photos of sunsets and sunrises, which were used when I submitted them to TV Stations and Newspapers. I must get back into the habit! 😊 Sometimes I'm just not too steady on my feet with balance problems when both hands are clinging onto the camera. Oh, the 'joys' of M.E./Fibro ~ not! 😉