View from West Lomond Hill – Looking in the Direction of Perth

Another photograph from my walk last Tuesday. Originally I’d intended just a shortish walk up to the top of Falkland Hill and back, having just had a bowl of cereal to eat early that morning. But it was such a wonderful day, I decided to do a brisk walk across to West Lomond Hill too. […]

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Limekilns, Fife

Limekilns Harbour

Limekilns is a small village on the northern edge of the Firth of Forth, just to the west of Rosyth and the Forth Rail and Road Bridges. It’s name nowadays is confusing, because there is very little remaining evidence of lime kilns in the village, whereas neighbouring Charlestown to the west, has the largest lime […]

Two Great Scottish Icons – Forth Rail Bridge and Irn Bru

Forth Rail Bridge

For many non-Scots, two famous icons representing Scotland would be thought of as Edinburgh Castle and whiskey, or tartan kilts and the thistle. But to a TRUE Scot, Barr’s Irn Bru is the most iconic of Scottish symbols!

Cloudscapes on the Lomond Hills in Early July

At the beginning of July, whilst we still had a summer, I took a trip up to Craigmeade on the Lomond Hills, in Fife. For the map of this location, click here. It seems crazy it was only a month ago, Autumn seems to have arrived very early this year just a few days after […]