Photos from the collection pt-easternscotland

Loch Leven, Perth & Kinross

On our way back to Edinburgh from Angus, we stopped off at Kinross to see the impressive expanse of Loch Leven, frozen and covered with snow. View this photo larger at Permanent Tourist. For those who may not have visited the UK before and who are interested in the light; much of the U.K. is […]

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Hop, skip

Jo shows me how she makes me feel. Photo from St. Andrews, Scotland, when we visited last autumn. Happy Valentine’s, baby x

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The beach and town at St. Andrews

Gorgeous stormy light, the original image captured for a stitched 30 Mpx. file. If only the right-hand side were sharp, I’d probably have this printed poster-size to go on our wall at home.

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Sunset at Kincaple

…with Jo waiting patiently in the warmth of the car for me to finish photographing the landscape.

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Montrose Basin

A variety of different zones on the Montrose Basin Local Nature Reserve ranges from mud, fresh water, sea water, brackish water, saltmarsh, reedbed, unimproved grassland and arable land. The Reserve is particularly noted for the birds that breed, feed and roost there, but it is also notable for its plant life (both in and out […]

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College Street, St. Andrews

The University of St Andrews is the oldest university in Scotland and third oldest in the English-speaking world, having been founded between 1410 and 1413. The library and many university departments are spread around the town centre. The town’s population of 16,000 is boosted considerably by the University’s 8,000 students. St Andrews is frequently listed […]

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Gospel Hall, St. Andrews

The Open Brethren, sometimes called Christian Brethren or "Plymouth Brethren", are a group of Protestant Evangelical Christian churches that arose in the late 1820s as part of the Assembly Movement. They originated in England and Ireland and now have many assemblies worldwide. The assemblies of the Open Brethren movement generally call their building a "Gospel […]

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St. Andrews beach

Just alongside the world famous golf course, where the Dunhill Masters are currently being played with fans and press in attendance.

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Dundee from The Law

The Law, which takes its name from the Gaelic word for hill or more likely, from Anglo-Saxon hlāw (modern Scots law) meaning a (grave-)mound or hill, is the basalt plug of an extinct volcano. The hill’s summit is 174 metres above sea level. Archaeological evidence of burials suggest that the law may have been used […]

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Photography is not a crime

Not a great photo, but I’m posting it in order to wind up a security guard and highlight the photographic policy in the Wellgate shopping centre in Dundee. Moments after taking this, I was accosted and asked what I was doing. This photo is dangerous material, as I could’ve been taking this shot of the […]

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