July 17, 2022
Damselfly

I spotted this Female Banded Demoiselle hunting ants on the top of our flowering Acanthus Mollis. Not where I would have expected it to be as we don't live near a water course, that would be its more natural habitat. Being a warm day and in the sun it stayed for fairly still for quite […]

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July 31, 2021
North Uist

Travelling around the Outer Hebrides you come across these old abandoned tractors, left to nature to re-claim them. Some see them as an eyesore, others as part of a working life now ended and left to rest.

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May 10, 2020
Fishing Boats @ Salen

Travelling from Craignure to Tobermory on Mull you cannot pass by these iconic fishing boats lying derelict and neglected since the mid 1970's, just of the A848 in Salen Bay. Built in the 1950's they are not old by modern standards, but no doubt have been the victims of progressive EU fishing policies. As a […]

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February 9, 2020
Art in the Cotswolds

"Our cover image is a photograph taken by Ian Bailey (listing 293) who is exhibiting with thirteen other artists at a new venue, a sailboat marquee at Luxury in The Cotswolds in Great Tew. With a passion for the outdoors, and an endless appreciation for fine art, Ian enjoys photographing the world around him. After a […]

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September 16, 2019
Solitude

“A friend of mine told me a story about a fantastic tantrum his daughter had had where she was inconsolable whilst at the same time watching herself and the effect she was having in the mirror" Laura Ford This was the inspiration for Laura Ford to create 5 sculptures of young girls set in the […]

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June 21, 2019
Pensive Moment at Sunset

The long journey from Glasgow to Oban, a ferry across to Castlebay on Barra followed by a short drive to the Isle of Barra Beach Hotel. As evening settled on the Island the beautiful red glow of sunset fell on Tangasdale Beach leaving us with a feeling of calm and serenity to end the day […]

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February 17, 2016
Mist on the Water

Mist, those tiny droplets of water that hang in the air, formed as warm air cools rapidly on hitting a much cooler surface changing its state from invisible to visible. I just love those early mornings when this happens. A low sun rising on the horizon, warming the air and steam laying over a pond […]

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February 15, 2016
Celebration of Life

As we come to the end of the year we think back on the highs and lows and as 12 o’clock approaches our thoughts turn to the New Year. We wait, eagerly anticipating the first strike of the bell ringing and a New Year is born. What better way is there than to celebrate the […]

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February 14, 2016
Herborn

Herborn is a historic town on the river Dill, district of Hesse Germany. A quiet town with many half timbered houses in the old part of the town. With around 20,000 inhabitants it has that sleepy appearance that most of us would like to reside in. With pedestrianised street people congregate to discuss whatever is on their mind […]

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