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The Lomond Hills

Friday 25th September 2015

I decided today to take Lala and do the Lomond hills from where I live.

The weather was nice if a bit windy lol. 502 more words

Late Autumn Colours at Balbirnie Park

As part of this weeks Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge : Orange & Green, I’ve posted eight more photos taken from Balbirnie Park, near Glenrothes. The photographs were all taken just after dawn, at the beginning of this month, on a day which started quite misty (well foggy very first thing – see last photo), but gradually turned sunny. 77 more words


Clouds over Fife

Today I’m posting a selection of cloudscapes taken over Fife over the last few months. Most were taken looking southwards towards the Firth of Forth, two were taken actually over the Firth (one of which is a rainbow, not a cloudscape). 52 more words


Inverkeithing Festive Market - The Maker Listings

Saturday 12th December 2015, 11am-4.30pm

Inverkeithing Civic Centre, Queen Street

Get ready for the INVERKEITHING FESTIVE MAKERS MARKET on December 12th! Here is the full line-up of wonderful makers who will be selling their beautiful hand-made art and crafts at the market. 128 more words


Reading the Collections, Week 37: Journal of Alexander Gillespie, 1662-85

The re-discovery of the sailing journal of Skipper Alexander Gillespie ms38352, who sailed out of Elie in Fife in the mid-17th century, made the… 1,103 more words

Manuscript Collection

William Gear (1915 - 1997) - City Art Centre, Edinburgh

We have already written a fairly long piece on the painter William Gear (1915 – 1997). Gear was one of only two British members of the post-war, European, avant-garde movement CoBrA in the 1940s. 406 more words

Field Trip

The Opposite of Loneliness in St Andrews

The Opposite of Loneliness in St Andrews

University life, especially in St Andrews, while exciting and completely varied, can often lead to extreme cases of cabin fever. 843 more words

Creative Writing