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Burn of Care | Dollar Glen | Clackmannanshire

MONTY’S MANTRA

For a non-gardener, like me, to sit down to watch ‘Gardener’s World’ probably says a lot more about

The Caretaker c.1990

THE BROKEN LINK

One Saturday in 1979 I visited Cecil Hughson’s photo hardware shop in Lerwick, the main town in the Shetland

ruins of Duffus Castle | Moray

STILL STANDING

The last stop-off point during my few days in Moray and one very dear to me was Duffus Castle, or to be precise its

moss cushions | woodland | Elgin | Moray

SURREAL CUSHIONS

JIM ROBERTSON describes this as his ‘secret spot’; I have a few of my ‘off the beaten track’

cliff overhang | Clashach Cove | Moray

CLASHACH COVE

Clashach Cove lies less than a mile to the east of Hopeman on the Moray coast and is sometimes called Cove

morning-glory | beach huts | Hopeman | Moray

FROM BEACH HUTS TO PRIESHACH COVE

This is the first of 4 short posts featuring images from my visit to Moray in early June 2017. The extent of coastline

me with my Grandpa McIntosh | 4th July 1956 | Covesea | Moray

FIRST BEACH

Some months ago, while catching up with some photography reading, I saw mention of the place-name Covesea; if it had

the Garden of Love | old Cemetery | Auchterarder | Perthshire

THE GARDEN OF LOVE

This may sound macabre but from time to time I make use of an old cemetery to test out my lenses! It makes sense

waiting | Macrosty Park | Crieff | Perthshire

WAITING

As alluded to in an earlier post, my photography was feeling a wee bit ‘rusty’ due to a prolonged period of inactivity,