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waterfall | Queen Elizabeth Forest Park | Stirlingshire

A FOREST

The last afternoon of a short trip to Aberfoyle in the Trossachs and an easy woodland stroll through the lovely Queen

morning mist | Loch Chon | Trossachs | Stirlingshire

AUTUMN ON LOCH CHON

I was feeling a bit deflated after 3 days in what should have been the ideal time of year in the Trossachs and having

Little Loch Ard | Trossachs | Stirlingshire

OUR PASSIONS

“It is with our passions as it is with fire and water, they are good servants, but bad masters.” ​AESOP Little Loch

morning | Loch Rusky | The Trossachs | Stirlingshire

ONE OUT OF THREE ON LOCH RUSKY

To quote from ‘The Photographer’s Guide to Scotland​‘: ‘This small loch is tucked away on the

cocktail | Monk Cocktail Bar | Buxton | Derbyshire

A SPA TOWN

I have to admit, I’m a bit un-comfortable using my mobile phone’s camera app; it still feels alien to me.

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’