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Category Archives: Scotland
The months go so quickly at the moment, but my photos remind me of what we’ve been doing. Mugdock continues to be a joy – harder now the nights are drawing in, but walks in the later afternoon help to … Continue reading
I can’ t believe how quickly this month has flown. Uni’s back (though most of us never went away), autumn is here, the nights are drawing in. We’ve been driving out for walks when we can, always with cameras slung … Continue reading
A holiday. A month ago it didn’t seem possible, but here we are, staying in a lodge outside Oban. Beautiful views: Lots of birds – like this heron hunting outside our window: And this one down by the shore: At … Continue reading
As anyone who lives in Glasgow will tell you, Glaschu means “dear green place” in Scottish Gaelic. And I feel very lucky to live in a vibrant city that has so many parks. Kelvingrove is the one I visit most, … Continue reading
For the couple of months there’s been a T-Rex in Glasgow – one of the most complete skeletons in the world. Of course, we left it until the final day to visit.
Not so much a feldgang as an overview of our holiday. Some glorious skies and ancient artefacts. Callanais: Dun Carloway Broch Norse chess pieces Terns feeding at Port Ness Machairs Views A teddy for a not-yet-born Ballachulish – on the … Continue reading
As I walked up the path to work today I looked to my right, and noticed some more flowers. Some are cultivated, the others are native. All are lovely.
Geraniums do well in our garden. Here’s three – the first two are bought, but still have a natural look. The third grows in abundance. The flowers are smaller, but they are so pretty.