At the back of the Campbell’s estate (I guess its actually Duke of Argyll, but the tea-room has 3 Andy Warhol Campbell’s soup prints, so for me it will always be the Campbell’s estate!), there is a woodland (Brackley Wood) that leads up to a tower on top of a steep hill with a view over the estate, the township and further down the Loch. This is situated on the way up (or down!).
A collection of images depicting the landscapes of Scotland. There are also a collection of landscapes in black and white that can be viewed
here. Continue reading “Landscapes of Scotland” Loch Restil, ’twas a stormy, windswept, rainy night…, not bad weather really for Scotland. Came over the pass and this scene grabbed me, so pulled over on the side of the road, set up the tripod, waited for some other lost soul to be driving around in this weather, this time of night, and, well, there you have it.
A collection of images depicting the landscapes of Scotland in black and white. There are also a collection of landscapes in colour that can be viewed
here. Continue reading “Landscapes of Scotland, B+W” Hadrian’s Wall extends from coast to coast, and this part of the wall at Cawfields Crags is the best preserved section of the wall remaining to us. Why did Hadrian build his walls?
Continue reading “Hadrian’s Wall, England” Actually, this isn’t strictly a bridge over the river. Its the (covered) walkway going from the railway station back to the river. It is a bridge though, and I like the image so much decided also to feature it for the post.
Glasgow sits astride the Clyde River, and has a walk that you can do that takes you past the main bridges around the city centre. Continue reading “Glasgow Bridges”
The Millennium Bridge crosses the River Ouse in York.
Continue reading “York’s Millennium Bridge”
This statue of the Emperor Constantine sits just outside the
Minster at York. He was proclaimed Emperor here, as a result of the death of his father, the Augustus Constantius. Continue reading “Constantine, Caesar”
These buildings line the canals of York in a section of the city where the walls have never been.
Continue reading “York’s Canals”