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Back with Broughty Ferry

Oh it has been a while. Been doing a lot of wandering. Scotland has much to do for dirt cheap. And at the seldom opportunities of great weather, one has to take maximum advantage of it. 733 more words

Dundee

The Murthly Stretch

River Tay, Scotland. 03.05.2017
Hasselblad X1D; XCD 45mm

Stephen Cosh

Check In, Dundee!

On the banks of the river Tay, situated in the East Coast of Scotland, Dundee is a small city in comparison to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Yet, the city has so much to offer and one really becomes a part of it, proudly enough that only you would be allowed to rant on about the silent lifestyle but when someone else does it, you would guard its honor with your life. 942 more words

Dundee

Early Mornings

I am absolutely loving the longer days at the moment. It means that I can get out in the fresh air first thing and last thing at night and this is preferable to the usual morning gym sessions before work. 129 more words

Busy Living

UNBEAST* (Mary Shelley to Frankenstein)

Friend or foe? Who went hence?

Begotten of whaleback

in loins of fancy

by a silvery Tay,

prompted by happy night

and restless morning.

Quo Vadis my child, 40 more words

History

Durrow viaduct after the sunset

I put up this blog post on March 27, almost two months later than the other Greenway posts. I knew that one beautiful stretch was left unexplored, and it was bugging me. 462 more words

Photography

Scotland's Gardens: Dundee Botanic Garden

I enjoy visiting large gardens and although my photographs rarely, if ever, do these wonderful places justice, I thought I’d start a series on Scotland’s gardens to illustrate the botanical splendour on offer in this part of the world. 403 more words

Photography