Digital Life Safe, Duns Based in Duns, Digital Life Safe provide online backup solutions. Scottish Borders Website Design created the icon to look like a safe, integrated the digital symbol for “On/Off” and added symmetrical arrows to represent the upload/download aspect of the service (as well as some colour, to help the logo stand out). The font choice relates to the service being secure, strong and trustworthy.
I went for a walk at the Hen Poo (Duns Castle) and managed to get close enough to the swans to capture a few photos. Because of the light, shadow and angle I took the photos at, I managed to get a detailed picture of the bright white wing in stark contrast to the oil-black water in the background.
After about three days of freezing fog I captured this photo of a barb on a fence. The ice crystals must have had the perfect weather to keep growing, resulting in this ultra barbed wire, which almost looks like white iron filings stuck to a magnetised wire.
I noticed after the rain last night that a leaf on one of the hosta plants in the garden was holding onto numerous droplets of water. The rain drops were held in what looked like suspended animation across an entire leaf, each one an inverted reflection of the garden.
Whilst out walking late the other afternoon I came across this fungus surrounded by a carpet of vivid green moss. Because of the low light and frost, the brown ringed fungus had a peculiar bluish tinge to it; a stark contrast in colour and texture to the background moss.