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Springtime Haar

The Moat Brae is an ancient mound that stands by the harbour in Kirkcudbright (Ker-coo-bree).

This photo was taken on April 6th after two days when a cold damp haar had made us wonder if the spring really was just around the corner. 22 more words

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Dundrennan Village & Abbey

Six miles east of Kirkcudbright and set in a pleasant and quiet valley is the small village of Dundrennan where the houses cluster around the remains of the Abbey.  60 more words

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A Dark Day in March

The 12th of March was a vey wet day and the roads and fields were awash. Fortunately the rain had eased as I left the car and walked back up the hill to capture this view. 56 more words

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Along Abbey Burn

The village of Dundrennan has a circular Millennium Walk and this view was taken as I headed back towards the village after the path drew alongside the Abbey Burn. 64 more words

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Northwest from Torrs

It is low tide and the River Dee can be seen following its meandering course across Kirkcudbright Bay, towards the sea (behind us). The tongue of land that projects into the bay is St Mary’s Isle which at this time of the year is full of daffodils. 49 more words

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Barn & Trees

I have been driving past this barn 3 times a week for 5 years, and for the one and only time on March 4th, I stopped the car and walked into the field. 109 more words

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Winter Silhouettes

I should have thought this walk through. It had been very wet and I needed some heavy duty walking boots with me……but I didn’t!

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