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A sea of blue: linseed

What a useful plant flax (Linum usitatissimum) is. In fact, Linnaeus (for it is he who named it, thus the name complete with the author, should be Linum usitatissimum L.) recognised the fact and ‘usitatissimum’ means ‘most useful’. 481 more words

Views Of Britain

Volunteers' Week 2016

Volunteers’ Week 2016

It’s Volunteers’ Week again – the week when we officially celebrate the hard work and achievements of those who give up their time to help us with our work supporting disabled adults and children across Scotland… 398 more words

Capability Scotland

Dunnikier House Hotel

Yesterday, after delightful assistant no.1 had spent an enjoyable couple of hours with some chums near South Queensferry, delightful assistant no.2 and their chauffeur scooped her up and whisked her off into Fife for luncheon. 303 more words

Photography

Black & White Photos from Pathhead, Kirkcaldy – Part 3

Continuing from my previous 2 posts (Black & White Photos From Pathhead, Kirkcaldy – Part 1 and Part 2), here are the final few photos taken in Kirkcaldy, from the old Nairn Linoleum Works, Kirkcaldy Harbour, and the return up to Pathhead. 301 more words

Scotland

Winter bites

Can’t believe it is the end of April. It feels so cold outside at the moment. A cold northerly wind combined with wintry showers is just not what we expect at this time of year. 220 more words

Fife

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. 161 more words

Scotland

A sunny evening

Wow, this must be the start of Summer. Had lovely evening walk last night around Longbraes and Raith Estate in Kirkcaldy with Fife Food Drink and Adrenaline Lovers meetup. 103 more words

Dalgety Bay