It is now spring. Or at least it’s supposed to be. As I type this heavy and thick snow is falling outside and settling. It’s April. This seems like a good time to share some photos of this tenacious but
I recently published a piece here, entitled: Trees, A Brief Personal History. While I was working on choosing photos to complement the words I narrowed down a (very) long list of tree photos I have taken over the years and,
In November 2014 I spent a week in Killiecrankie. For those of you who don’t know, Killiecrankie is a pass in Highland Perthshire, through which lies the way to the north. It has long been an important strategic position, a major battle
There are lonely glens in Scotland where the Stone Dragons sleep, awaiting their day, woodland growing above them, blanketed in scree and moss.
I went fishing on Thursday, but had ne’er a nibble. I did see lots of wildlife though, and the haar was amazing. I’ve uploaded a new photo album to my flickr page, here, where the images are better quality —