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A storm gathers

Impressive rain-heavy clouds hang low over the front field, rendering the farm dark but energised. The air feels expectant; fractious.

This view of the front field is taken from half way up the farm track to the west, heading for a hill that slopes steeply down to Ceres on the west side and Cupar to the north. 55 more words

The Reading Room

the only thing that you absolutely have to know is
the location of the library                – Albert Einstein

Kinnesswood has a library, but a library like no other.

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Delightful Discoveries

Scotland’s Gardens - exploring the magical world of other people's gardens

Nothing beats a weekend wander around a beautiful garden. Whether it’s a stately home, a National Trust property or a community growing space, I always find it the best form of inspiration, as well as an educational experience in different garden layouts, designs and exciting new plants and cultivars. 688 more words


The field scabious

The front field’s imperfect edges host dozens of species and varieties of wild flower and grass.

In July, there are shades of blue and purple, orange and yellow visible along the length and fringe of the field and – at a glance – these flowers seem but insignificant dots of colour on small and unremarkable plants. 158 more words

Nature | Young Red Squirrel

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In Tentsmuir forest in Fife today.

By rcnvn25

Source: 500px.com


An easterly wind

The front field faces south. To the east, 8 miles away, lies the historic town of St Andrews. To the west, just over one mile away, sits Ceres. 98 more words

Falkland Palace

Falkland Palace ist ein früheres königliches Jagdschloss der schottischen Könige und befindet sich bis heute im Besitz des Zweiges Crichton-Stuart des Hauses Stuart. Es liegt im historischen Städtchen Falkland im County Fife im östlichen Schottland. 170 more words

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