Wednesday, January 31, 2007 

Inchkeith Dawn

Inchkeith Dawn, originally uploaded by Duncan_Smith.


Forth Rail Bridge

Forth Rail Bridge, originally uploaded by ScottW75.

"Was lucky enough to catch this train at the start of the bridge."

Tuesday, January 30, 2007 

Slightly Surreal @Stobswell Pond Dundee

"Slightly Surreal @Stobswell Pond Dundee - i like the effect that the hdr has had with the reflection of the ice and light"


Winter Road 3

Winter Road 3, originally uploaded by bruiach1.

Monday, January 29, 2007 

Lake Menteith

Lake Menteith, originally uploaded by mark ferrier.


Heather & Cotton

Heather & Cotton, originally uploaded by cjcampbell.

"The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth." – John 3:8

Sunday, January 28, 2007 

Loch Etive

Loch Etive, originally uploaded by krmuir.

"and a couple of geese thrown in for good measure. I definitely tried their patience last Sunday!"


Waves breaking at Gardenstown

Waves breaking at Gardenstown, originally uploaded by Deanaero.

"Wild waves breaking at Gardenstown in the north of Scotland"

Saturday, January 27, 2007 

Glenquey Reservoir

Glenquey Reservoir, originally uploaded by C Thomson.

Perthshire, Scotland.


old school

old school, originally uploaded by atomicjeep.

"Soon this will be no longer be, as it's going to be converted to luxury flats along with the rest of the cold building I work in :-("

Friday, January 26, 2007 

Glasgow 20010707

Glasgow 20010707, originally uploaded by Gertie_DU.

Kelvingrove Museum


North Muirdykes

North Muirdykes, originally uploaded by Scott Foy.

"North Muirdykes farm sits on the Bowfield Road in Howwood, just about a mile or so outside the village. Shot taken on a cold January afternoon :-)"

Thursday, January 25, 2007 

Ben Ledi on Loch Venachar

Ben Ledi on Loch Venachar, originally uploaded by C Thomson.

"The Trossachs, Scotland."


Thou shalt not pass

Thou shalt not pass, originally uploaded by ajd*.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007 

Rannoch Moor #1

Rannoch Moor #1, originally uploaded by gms.


Red Deer

Red Deer, originally uploaded by krmuir.

What are you looking at?

Tuesday, January 23, 2007 

"Did you turn the oven off?"

"Did you turn the oven off?", originally uploaded by Jase Mueller.

"It was pretty loud."


the Paps of Jura seen from Islay

Monday, January 22, 2007 

Stormy day on Islay

Stormy day on Islay, originally uploaded by kaybelk.



Curiosity, originally uploaded by krmuir.

"I don't blame them for gazing down there - the view was great!"

Sunday, January 21, 2007 

barrel mountain

barrel mountain, originally uploaded by polaris37.


The Lonely Tree

The Lonely Tree, originally uploaded by cjcampbell.

"A much loved roadside landmark in Achmore, Isle of Lewis, Scotland.
This is an infrared photograph lith printed on Art Classic paper."

Saturday, January 20, 2007 

Looking and playing

Looking and playing, originally uploaded by ccgd.

"A re-cropped version of a summer sunset photo"


Dunnottar Castle 5

Dunnottar Castle 5, originally uploaded by Archie Mc.

Friday, January 19, 2007 

Common ground at Killearnan

Common ground at Killearnan, originally uploaded by bruiach1.


Waulkmill Bay Dawn

Waulkmill Bay Dawn, originally uploaded by Duncan_Smith.

"This, incidentally, is an out-of-the-camera shot."

Thursday, January 18, 2007 


Bulwark, originally uploaded by jim_moore.

"The Mitchell Library. My favourite building in Glasgow."


A Scottish coastline #1

A Scottish coastline #1, originally uploaded by mr_phillip.


Bo'ness Station

Bo'ness Station, originally uploaded by davidqueenan.

Wednesday, January 17, 2007 

Gathering Clouds

Gathering Clouds, originally uploaded by davidqueenan.


Barr Castle

Barr Castle, originally uploaded by Scott Foy.

"Barr Castle in Lochwinnoch is a 15th century keep overlooking Barr Loch, rising to four storeys, which was altered in the 16th century (and probably later, too). The gables of the castle have collapsed, apart from the chimney stack which juts up into the sky. Not much survives of the former courtyrad of the castle. The main hall was on the first floor, reached by a turnpike stair, which continued to the rooms on the upper floors."

Tuesday, January 16, 2007 


"Dominant", originally uploaded by shooderz.



Industrial, originally uploaded by T*s*K.

Monday, January 15, 2007 

Breakfast Reading.

Breakfast Reading., originally uploaded by stonefaction.

"Had to get out of bed early this morning to track down a copy of this week's Sunday Herald newspaper (got it in the 4th shop I tried) as the paper were doing an article on the Scotland Group Blog,
and I was fortunate to have one of my photos chosen for inclusion in the article. Thanks to Calum (ccgd) for setting up the blog and to Peter & Lian at the Sunday Herald for selecting my photo for the article. :-)
If you haven't already bought a copy, and you are in Scotland.....then try and get one, some great photos in there from the blog."

Saturday, January 13, 2007 

Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh Zoo, originally uploaded by Cory''.


Glen Etive panorama

Glen Etive panorama, originally uploaded by Looby lou.

Friday, January 12, 2007 


inferno, originally uploaded by pamelaadam.

"face in the flames as the wickerman burns"

Thursday, January 11, 2007 

Rest in Pieces

Rest in Pieces, originally uploaded by zak355.

The shipwreck is no more! :-(


rising mist

rising mist, originally uploaded by scottog.

near invergarry. the whole loch was covered in a low lying mist.

Wednesday, January 10, 2007 

Taracliff Dawn

Taracliff Dawn, originally uploaded by Duncan_Smith.

"Final outing on Orkney, before the ferry home. "


Under a killing moon

Under a killing moon originally uploaded by atomicjeep.

Tuesday, January 09, 2007 

Unnamed Burn II

Unnamed Burn II, originally uploaded by C Thomson.

The Trossachs, Scotland.

Monday, January 08, 2007 


Narnia, originally uploaded by C Ray Dancer.

"Deserted road near Dryburgh in the Scottish Borders after a hard frost on Christmas Day"


Spirit of Scotland

Spirit of Scotland, originally uploaded by dmcneil.

Several years after initial discussions regarding the siting of a substantial monument to recognise the historical significance of the area during the Scottish Wars of Independence, an impressive sculpture entitled ‘Spirit of Scotland’ has been erected. This unique sculpture, created by local artist Richard Price, stands on the Wallace Path at Loudounhill, part of the 35 miles of path network around the Irvine Valley area.

The area is most famous for the Battle of Loudoun Hill in 1297 when William Wallace fought and won against the English with his successful ambush of King Edward I's baggage train.
Part of Richard’s original idea for this sculpture was to draw attention to the Valley and its regeneration. Much of the work on the piece has been a labour of love by him and many of the parties involved, and the result is now there for others to enjoy and hopefully take pride in. Battles against tyranny evoke a powerful response whether they are current or historic. Many spirited and courageous people have fought for the freedoms, which we enjoy today. Perhaps this sculpture in a small way will remind us of their spirit and sacrifice.
Creation of the sculpture has been made possible with the support of Tarmac Northern Ltd, the Irvine Valley Regeneration Partnership, East Ayrshire Woodlands and East Ayrshire Council. Standing at over 5 metres high, it is made of fabricated steel with hand forged surface decoration. The decoration represents some elements of historical associations with this local landmark."

Sunday, January 07, 2007 

Winter Glow 2

Winter Glow 2, originally uploaded by bruiach1.

Saturday, January 06, 2007 


Cuillin, originally uploaded by ShirleyGrant.

A beautiful day today, mild and clear.



mossy, originally uploaded by rg250871.

A little bit of the wood on Birnam Hill

Friday, January 05, 2007 

Kincardine Bridge b&w II

Kincardine Bridge b&w II, originally uploaded by C Thomson.


River Devon III

River Devon III, originally uploaded by C Thomson.

Thursday, January 04, 2007 

Post box at the end of the universe

At the end of the road there was this post box! Hadn't even seen a house, croft or bothy for miles!

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    The Blog has been featured in the Sunday Herald Magazine and has been highlighted on the Flickr Blog.

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