Loch Skeen
Scottish Borders

Loch Skeen

Loch Skeen Loch Skeen is a picturesque Loch which is your reward for climbing the Grey Mare’s Tail waterfall in the Scottish Borders.

Loch Katrine from the Summit of Ben Aan
Scottish Mountain Walks

Ben Aan

Ben Aan Ben Aan in the Trossachs is one of Scotland’s most popular hills.   At only 340m high, it doesn’t take too long to climb, and the views at the top are truly stunning.  It […]

The Cramond Fish

The Cramond Fish

The Cramond Fish The Cramond Fish is a statue by renowned sculptor Ronald Rae.  It sits on the foreshore near the causeway to Cramond Island.   The Fish is located a short walk in the Edinburgh […]


Loch Rusky Osprey

Loch Rusky Osprey April 2018 Nice to see the ospreys back at Loch Rusky this year.   This has to be one of the easiest places in Scotland to view them.  The nest is quite […]

Scottish Birds


Magpie A magpie cooling his toes in the last of the winter snow.


Opening Day on the Tay

Opening Day on the Tay The salmon fishing season on the river Tay opens on January 15th. At Kenmore, a pipe band leads the anglers down to the water for the opening ceremony, and then […]

calton hill folly

Calton Hill Folly

Calton Hill Folly Calton Hill Folly, also known as “Scotland’s Disgrace” was intended to be a monument to the soldiers and sailors who died in the Napoleonic wars – however it was never finished. It […]

crocuses in the snow
Scottish Weather

Scottish Spring

Scottish Spring Scottish crocuses caught out by late spring snow!

edinburgh golf

Edinburgh Golfers

Some Edinburgh Golfers golfers getting off to a frosty start on Edinburgh’s Swanston Golf course

cramond island

The Causeway to Cramond Island

The Causeway to Cramond Island Cramond Island is connected to the mainland by a causeway which is only exposed when the tide is out. Every year someone has to be rescued when they find they […]

Inner Hebrides


Uig Leaving Uig, Isle of Skye on the Ferry to North Uist