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Kynoch mounts

Buying up raggedy old Kynoch Killers for refurbishment over the close season kept me entertained until the season started. The palavor of painting the plugs with all the messing about that entailed was good fun. 272 more words

Fishing In Ireland

Sunday Stamps II A-Z (2) - Great Britain

For this second round of A-Z I’ve decided to not to deliberately select countries that begin with each letter but to see what else I could find. 130 more words

Postage Stamps

Broughty Castle

Broughty Castle is a century coastal fort completed in 1495. It sits on the River Tay banks and has for seen structural changes throughout the years. 101 more words

Day To Day

Sunrise on the Tay #2

Sunrise on the Tay #2

A black & white version of yesterday’s shot.

(Click on image for larger version.)

I’m not too keen on this one. 25 more words

Lumix G3

Sunrise on the Tay #1 

Sunrise on the Tay #1

This shot was taken in December, just as the sun was rising above the hills. The light was fantastic (although it was pretty chilly). 98 more words

Lumix G3

Harry Hothead

Harry Hothead is another one of the River Tay’s go to flies for early season, especially the older hands who 107 more words

Lucky Scaup

A film about Lucky Scaup (sometimes referred to as Lucky Scalp), which was a tower or a folly, that was demolished in 1979.

Music credit – “Angels of Ashes” – Scott Walker Revisited, BBC