Some pictures from around the valley of Imlil in the High Atlas Mountains. Continue reading “Imlil, High Atlas Mountains, Morocco”
Here are some pictures of a trip through the Scottish Isles. Starting in the Shetlands, we travelled down through to the Orkneys, then through the Hebrides, criss-crossing “The Minch” as we wend our way, dodging the worst of the weather to end in Dublin. Continue reading “The Scottish Isles”
Salzburg is a city in Austria, and perhaps most known as the birthplace and home of Mozart. The city is built around the Salzach River, with a large castle dominating the hills on the south side of the River. It is a charming, small, city, with the alps a short distance away. Continue reading “Salzburg Views”
In Scotland, the trees are somewhat sparse in places due to substantive logging. In others, the climate is harsh, the trees seem carved out of the landscape in defiance of the conditions under which they find themselves. In still others, the community of trees we call forests. Continue reading “Alpine Trees, Scotland”
Old Man Storr is an unique rock formation on the north-east coast of the Isle of Skye. It is one of the most visited spots on the Isle. The question is, what happened to its woodlands? Continue reading “Old Man Storr’s Missing Woodland”
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”