Today, as the spring is near, some of the volunteers were busy painting the benches and litter bins around the Greenock Cut Visitor Center and the others cleared the weeds […]
Photos taken today on a walk from Lyle Hill, Gourock to Greenock.
On Friday, February 9th, I covered the Alzheimer Scotland walk at Dean Castle, organized by the Kilmarnock Active Travel Hub, a charity which promotes walking and cycling activities around Kilmarnock […]
For a single Sunday of February, one could almost believe that spring had come and the winter days were over. Although the air was still cold, the sun shone brightly, […]
The town of Greenock was cut from the outside world, in the grip of a harsh winter weather onslaught that had suddenly encroached on the first day of Spring […]
It was a brisk Saturday morning of February when we arrived at Lunderston Bay. While one group attended the garden plot near the children playground, under the pleasant shades of […]
The land was, as far as the eye could see, blanketed with thick white coat and beyond, a dark, mist, almost charcoal, lay, undisturbed, veiling the high rolling hills, the […]
These pictures were the last one that I scanned over the week-end. They were shot on Kodak Ektar 100 35mm film.
Immaculate snow-covered the land and adorned the limbs of trees. Still, snowflakes twirled under the icy breeze of this December afternoon. A mist had set in, hiding the edge of […]
I rummaged, today, through my stacks of negatives and found these three imaged that I proceeded to scan from an Ilford film. It can be imagined that my close involvement […]