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Inchoate Coast, and the eerie countryside

There was an excellent essay by Robert Macfarlane in the Guardian last week about the ‘eeriness of the English landscape’, and the way the new forms of nature writing were beginning to morph into a more numinous field (excuse the pun) that was concerned with wider and wilder ideas about the uncanny, about the disruptions and contested energies in the English countryside. 557 more words


East Lomond

… on a gorgeous sunny day …


Sunny steps, the good aunt and my favourite lunch

The sunny walk in the afternoon with views over to Edinburgh and surrounded by daffodils.
Chats with Helen.
The most amazing lunch. So colourful and delicious and healthy.



A small drum used to accompany a fife.

Maria’s favorite instruments are the fife and the tabor.


Kennoway Youth Club

One from about a year ago! Teaching young Fifers how to use a can at Kennoway Youth Club!

Graffiti Art

Door of Secrets

Hiding in the shadows is a metal studded door.

It is located on the west face of Pittenweem Tolbooth Steeple, Fife.  A building which dates back to the late 16th century and according to Stell (1982) it is one of only 20 tolbooths in Scotland which date to before 1707. 433 more words