Monday, 26 October 2009

Graphic Illustrations

Tribute to Freddie Mercury.

Dundee's finest? Desperate Dan & Minnie the Minx

Day of the World

Friday, 23 October 2009

Stormy Arbroath

The waves crashing over the harbour wall were amazing and many folk braved the elements to watch this spectacle, getting soaked in the process.

Tuesday, 20 October 2009

High seas in Arbroath

After finishing work at the Webster theatre, I took a walk along to the harbour and got some shots of the waves crashing against the harbour walls. Click on the pics for larger views.

Sunday, 18 October 2009

Weekend in Cromarty.

Mhairi and I would dearly love to move to Cromarty. Beautiful, beautiful scenery and absolutely wonderful friendly people.

Beautiful countryside and coastline. The light was much to see and do....just relax!

What a fabulous place Cromarty is. GO THERE AND BE NICE TO FOLK!


Wednesday, 14 October 2009

Look Ahead

I'm sure this is where she'd love to live.


Arrival in Cromarty.
Mhairi & I arrived in Cromarty late in the evening. it was all a bit dark and wet but it made shooting the harbour quite interesting.

Early morning view.
I was hoping that the grey skies would lift as this was my first morning in Cromarty...they didn't lift at all!

The following photographs are taken from a wee stroll through the streets. Click on an image for a larger view.

Cromarty Lighthouse - Established 1846

Engineer Alan Stevenson

Discontinued February 2006

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Located right on the harbour.
I recommend the Steak & black peppercorn sauce with peas, mushrooms, chips & onion rings.
A healthy plateful washed doon
wi a Guiness and a wee dram.

Married to Mhairi

Mhairi & Alan out on the town at Dundee Rep Theatre.


Harbour perimeter showing the Signal Tower.

View out to sea, part of the harbour signalling system.

Monday, 12 October 2009

Edinburgh Holyrood Park

Recent shots from a brief visit to Edinburgh.
Views of St. Anthony's Chapel and Arthur's Seat.

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