Paul’s Photography Challenge: Deep Fog With A Hint Of Sunshine

I have to admit this one has beaten me. There has been no fog here, Nor was there any when I was in the Lake District. So I’m going to use a bit of a literal interpretation for this challenge from Paul. Whilst i was in the Lake District I took a trip over Kirkstone... Continue Reading →

Paul’s Photography Challenge: Water

Here we are with another entry for Paul’s Photography Challenge. Interesting one this, especially as I was in the Lake District, famed for the volume of water to be found there. Pity it rained most of the weekend which didn’t make for great photography. But I did manage to catch this one whilst walking around... Continue Reading →

Saint Conan’s Kirk – Loch Awe

Although St. Conan's Kirk has already acquired a certain air of antiquity and a considerable reputation as one of the "show places" of Argyll, it is in fact quite modern, so modern that in its present form it was dedicated for worship as recently as 1930. I spotted this church or kirk as we say... Continue Reading →

Loch Lomond…and The Drovers Inn

The Drovers Inn at Loch Lomond is situated at Inverarnan, by Ardlui. It's a travel institution, world famous and a must for anyone visiting Loch Lomond or walking the West Highland Way. The Inn was built in 1705 and was used by the Highland drovers who would drive their cattle down the side of Loch Lomond... Continue Reading →

Loch McNess

Situated in the Yanchep National park in Western Australia 42 kilometres (26 miles) north of Perth is Loch McNess. It's a freshwater lake  and forms part of the chain of lakes in the Swan coastal plain of Perth, Western Australia. The lake is also known as Wagardu Lark by the Nyoongar aboriginals and along with the caves is of significant cultural importance.... Continue Reading →

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