Wednesday, July 20, 2011


The sun broke through the clouds:
 A boating family lives here?
 The sky is full of drama in Skye:

Sunday, July 17, 2011

Over the sea to Skye..


Burial Ground, Kintail

View from the cottage, Skye:

At the bottom of the garden:

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Isle of May

Last Sunday I went to the Isle of May, a small island in the Forth estuary off the coast of Anstruther. We were so lucky to have a lovely, sunny and dry day-the only such day in the last 6 weeks. The Isle of May is known for its birdlife. It is teeming with birds, but the birds I really wanted to see were puffins. And I certainly got to see puffins:

As well as Razorbills

 and gulls
 The lighthouse
 the landscape
 and The May Princess

Sunday, June 5, 2011

Port Seton.

I went to the 3 Harbours Arts Festival at Port Seton, a small fishing village in East Lothian. The exhibitions are held in people's homes, mostly along the sea front. As interesting as the art are the houses-small fihermens' cottages built in the late 1800's, and full of character. Here are a few things I spotted on my walk:

Monday, May 16, 2011

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Day 3

 We drove over to the Granton, via Aviemore.

Loch Morlich:

 Pine forest:




Daffodils along the Spey River:


Monday, May 9, 2011

Day 2

These photos were taken near Loch Ness. I walked through a wonderful birch wood, all covered in moss. It was quite magical.

Then I did a hill walk-it was much longer than I had anticipated. It took me 5 hours, up and back!
But the view was splendid: