Tag Archives: Scotland

She’s lying by my desk snoring gently, trying to be discrete, trying to not remind me that she really should have had her arthritis medication by now. The Senior Assistant is becoming more senior every day. It is difficult to not to notice all the white hair around her once jet black face and paws, the […]

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On an island you know everybody so a visit to the shops is a social occasion. On an island you don’t need satnav – just keep going and you’ll either end up somewhere interesting or back at the point where you started wondering where you were. On an island single track roads aren’t a big deal. […]

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I only had friends because of my Mum’s coffee buns. That’s a big statement, let me elaborate. When I was a teenager, still at school but desperate to be grown up and we were all hanging out where no adults we knew could see us smoking we would eventually get bored, cold or wet and […]

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  A  day of planned endeavours stretched out ahead of us. Rosie had weddings to edit, blogs to submit and the washing to do. Such is the life of a famous wedding photographer. I had a website to build and the washing to hang out. Such is the life of the less famous commercial photographer […]

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I visit the old graveyard in Ashaig quite a lot. I stand in it after dark when the sky is clear while the Northern Lights flicker and dance. The graveyard is a splendid vantage point to photograph the aurora. While my camera is doing it’s long exposure thing I am left to look around me. […]

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