Update to the Post – Flying Buttresses of Dunfermline Abbey

Following a conversation I had with someone on Facebook, I’ve discovered a wee bit of extra information about the top photo on the post “Flying Buttresses of Dunfermline Abbey“, which shows the flying buttresses of the South wall of the Abbey. The extra info is at the bottom of the page 🙂   BTW In […]

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Google Nik Collection – Now Totally Free

Google’s Nik Collection plug-ins are now totally free to download (see link at bottom of page), and will work as a standalone suite of editing tools (albeit, you need to edit one photo at a time). This is great news for anyone who edits their own photographs, especially for those of you like me, who […]

Black & White Photos From Pathhead, Kirkcaldy – Part 2

Continuing from my previous post (Black & White Photos From Pathhead, Kirkcaldy – Part 1), here are a few more photos taken in Kirkcaldy, going along Victoria Rd, and then down Dunnikier Road towards the harbour. The first three photos show an old warehouse or factory (possibly the old Dunnikier Linoleum Works, built some time after […]

Black & White Photos From Pathhead, Kirkcaldy – Part 1

Here’s some photos I took a few weeks ago starting at Pathhead, then going along Nairn St and Victoria Rd, and on down to Kirkcaldy Harbour. The first photo shows Pathhead main street, Commercial St, which satisfies my love of old chimneys. The second and third photos are of a small church, built in 1869, tucked away from the main […]

Abbotshall Church, Kirkcaldy – A selection of Black & White Photographs

This is a selection of black & white images I took last year of Abbotshall Church in Kirkcaldy, Fife. The images have been edited using two open source pieces of photo editing software, Gimp and Raw Therapee, both of which I recommend to anyone who either can’t afford, or would rather not, pay out the […]

Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge : Buildings & Trees

As part of “Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge : Buildings & Trees“, I’m posting 8 photographs taken this summer from around southern Fife. Belvedere Hotel – West Wemyss This wonderful old building was built in 1927, and used by the Miners’ Welfare Institute until 1952. It then remained derelict until 1986, when it was converted to […]

Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge – Diagonal Lines

In response to “Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge – Diagonal Lines“, I’ve enclosed seven photos taken from in, and around Fife. I’ve also posted three extra photos, for Thanksgiving, showing things I am grateful for, about living in Fife.   The first of the photos for Cee’s Challenge is of Cramond Harbour, on the outskirts […]

St Drostan’s Church, Markinch

A church is recorded to have existed on this piece of land from as early as the 11th century. The church is dedicated to the Pictish St Drostan, who was meant to have come to Scotland, from Ireland, with St Columba in 563AD. The tower of St Drostan’s Church dates from early medieval times, probably […]

Abbotshall Parish Church, Kirkcaldy

Originally built in 1674, the tower of which still remains today. In 1787, the rectangular portion of the church was demolished to make way for a larger church, for an ever increasing congregation. The organ loft on the south side of Abbotshall Church (seen on the far right of the photo) was added in 1898.