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Flower of Scotland

New range of gifts available at the Machrihanish Online Cafepress Store…


These are all featuring an exclusive Machrihanish Online image of a Thistle, taken at… 6 more words

Kintyre

Home for Christmas

I may have posted this image before (on Facebook), but if so, I believe it deserves re-viewing, even if Christmas 2015 has come and gone. 324 more words

MACKEAN STEWART Artist 1925-2010

Joining the solar revolution

Solar photovoltaic (PV) panels are going up on our house in mid-Kintyre. We are right by the coast despite being at a high latitude: this helps our solar gain as coastal areas get more sunshine hours than inland areas. 205 more words

Economy

Jura from Port a' Bhorrain

This is softer in colouring than many of my father’s works. I don’t have the date to hand, but it seems from the tones and technique to be placed among the earlier Kintyre paintings. 349 more words

MACKEAN STEWART Artist 1925-2010

5th October - from Glen Douglas to Loch Caolisport

Yesterday was supposed to be the last fine day of this wonderful Indian summer, and so we decided to make the most of it.   Plus, our newsletters are arriving from the printers later this week, and then it will be all hands on deck, stuffing envelopes.   135 more words

Scotland

Dunaverty Rock, Southend, Kintyre.

Site of Dunaverty Castle and the infamous massacre in 1647.

For more info on the massacre click HERE

Southend Community Website. 15 more words

Kintyre

The Creature from Innean nan Gailleann

This poor creature was washed up at Fionnport, near the Gauldrons, Machrihanish, Kintyre, Scotland.
Click the image above for a short video clip.

For more info on The Gauldrons or Machrihanish:
http://www.machrihanish.net/gauldrons

Kintyre