Thursday, May 31, 2007 

Is a Fountain without Water still a Fountain?

Kelvingrove Park fountain overlooking the University. Glasgow.

Wednesday, May 30, 2007 

Luss Pier

Luss Pier, originally uploaded by Lull Photography.

Taken few weeks ago around 6pm......


croabh sunset reflection

A beautiful evening with a chance reflection of the sunset in the cottage windows

Tuesday, May 29, 2007 

Bute 6 Kilmallie 1

Bute 6 Kilmallie 1, originally uploaded by ufopilot.

Collision alert !!!!!!!!


Wanted Chef

Wanted Chef, originally uploaded by Tintamarre.

Monday, May 28, 2007 

Up, Up, and Away

Up, Up, and Away, originally uploaded by toosuto.


Night Bus

Night Bus, originally uploaded by sparky2000.

Sunday, May 27, 2007 


Skyclad, originally uploaded by Szmytke.

"Only because Haggischick will fall off her chair laughing at this.

East Aquhorthies stone circle near Inverurie. Only one signpost in the town centre for this site, you have to follow the direction and keep to the road without turning off. Best get the map out...

It was very liberating and the wet grass was wonderful underfoot"

[Ed Note - The reference to Haggischick suggests that this is a Flickr "in joke", but enjoy, as it's a pretty good photo.]

Saturday, May 26, 2007 

Rainbow over Paisley

Rainbow over Paisley, originally uploaded by paddimir.

Friday, May 25, 2007 

Crock of ?

Crock of ?, originally uploaded by furryheed.

"The only crock of gold at the end of this rainbow will be for the property developers."

Thursday, May 24, 2007 


14BetterOff, originally uploaded by moi_images.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007 

contempory urban accessories

contempory urban accessories, originally uploaded by sweeney1.

gentlemen accessorize

Monday, May 21, 2007 


Encircled, originally uploaded by mr_phillip.

Edinburgh Waverley Station.

Sunday, May 20, 2007 


Coastal, originally uploaded by Szmytke.

Taken at the Footdee end of the beach in Aberdeen in high wind and low winter sun light.
Ms Necole Clark



Joe, originally uploaded by kascam9.

Saturday, May 19, 2007 

catching the sunlight Oban bay

catching the sunlight Oban bay, originally uploaded by howbeg.


St Fillans Kirk, Aberdour

St Fillans Kirk, Aberdour, originally uploaded by Eun Leanan.

The old 12th century church of St Fillan, in Aberdour

Friday, May 18, 2007 

Irvine Harbour

Irvine Harbour, originally uploaded by mark ferrier.

Rain approaches the harbour

Thursday, May 17, 2007 

Portree Harbour

Portree Harbour, originally uploaded by Duncan_Smith.

Wednesday, May 16, 2007 

Floating bricks

Floating bricks, originally uploaded by lusobrandane.



Arran, originally uploaded by rzvpeter.

Tuesday, May 15, 2007 

Seen a Few Sights

Seen a Few Sights, originally uploaded by fraserspeirs.

Probably one of the remaining few from WWII. Thank you, sir.

Monday, May 14, 2007 

One-Nil down ,half time team talk

Shinty at Caol...surely one of the finest sporting backdrops.


Tower of Power

Tower of Power, originally uploaded by 1AlanM.

Saturday, May 12, 2007 


Juxstaposition, originally uploaded by davefitch.

"Traquair House, Scottish Borders, Scotland"

Thursday, May 10, 2007 

Loch Ness through fire

Loch Ness through fire, originally uploaded by Citril.

"Taken on Loch Ness.

Nessie's first famous recorded sighting was by St Columba in 565AD. Although there have been rumours down the centuries, it was in 1933 that the monster really hit the headlines. The A82 was being constructed, which involved much drilling and blasting along the west bank of the loch. During this '33 and '34 there were numerous sightings and this led to and inconclusive investigation.

Loch Ness is the largest loch in the UK, at 24 miles long, 1 mile wide and up to 740 feet deep. And, take it from me, it is freezing!!! 7 rivers flow into the loch, which lies in a natural geographical fault which stretches the width of Scotland. In 1822 the Caledonian Canal, built by engineer Thomas Telford, was completed, enabling ships to travel from the east to the west of Scotland. Later that year a photograph was taken by a London surgeon that seemed to show a sinuous head and neck rising out of the water.

Over the years there have been many sightings, photos and investigations - some resulting in interesting 'proof', others drawing a blank. But there are still sightings (some very sober, serious folk in our congregation clame to have seen something!), and there is always and air of mystery when you visit the loch."

Wednesday, May 09, 2007 

Flickr Folk!

Flickr Folk!, originally uploaded by equso.

"It does say flickr...honest! Typical behavior at Scotland group meetup...

Flickrites arranged by davefitch, alternateangle & myself, ....I think it was alternateangle's idea (tell me if I'm wrong!)"

Tuesday, May 08, 2007 

Hill of Strife

Hill of Strife, originally uploaded by skyenocturnus.



ToSea, originally uploaded by CinemaCowgirl.

"My traveling partner snapped this one. That would be me heading out to sea. I did the post-processing here."

Monday, May 07, 2007 


Stein, originally uploaded by tanera.

Sunday, May 06, 2007 

Running Water II - Crichope Linn

Saturday, May 05, 2007 

St Andrews Sunrise

St Andrews Sunrise, originally uploaded by Mike Hunter.

"Part 3 of what turned out to be a fairly spectacular morning in St Andrews today, It certainly justified the early start! Possibly the best sunrise I've witnessed. Enjoy!"

Friday, May 04, 2007 

A Good Omen?

A Good Omen?, originally uploaded by stonefaction.

"Vapour trails cross overhead Traquair House grounds against a brilliant blue sky, forming a huge Scottish Saltire flag in the sky, ahead of tomorrow's Scottish election. Could this be an omen for a Scottish (National Party) victory?"

It was, just.

Now for the coalition discussions.

Thursday, May 03, 2007 

Today They Care, But Tomorrow?

"t's the Scottish Parliamentary elections today. For the past few weeks, politicians of all parties are eager to meet "ordinary" people and converse with them on the issues of the day. Ah well, back to reality tomorrow. Still, only four years until they next show any interest. Cynical? Moi? ;-)

Will the result reflect the commitment of those who had the longest ladders when it came to attaching posters to lampposts? Time will tell. Still...we have a new electronic counting system this time...just look how well it worked in Florida in 2000. ;-)"


Sprogs race

Sprogs race, originally uploaded by ccgd.

SXC Round 2



., originally uploaded by ~Joe~.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007 


gemma1, originally uploaded by

gemma again

Tuesday, May 01, 2007 

welcome to glasgow!

welcome to glasgow!, originally uploaded by sweeney1.

"took this shot to encourage tourism in scotland,i personally think it does a better job than a landscape or a castle,look there is hardly any litter"

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