Posts tagged Scottish Travel Blog

Pine Cone Point walk in Perthshire

Living in Scotland we feel extremely lucky to have so many options for walks and days out, without even leaving big tree country. With flat trails around lochs, plenty of small hills with cracking views…

Read More

2018 – Scotland in photos

I wasn’t going to do a round up blog post for this year but then I realised it’s been a good year, so why not give you our 2018 – Scotland in photos? I am,…

Read More

Off-setting my carbon footprint

For many years now, through my photography business I have been gifting to my wedding clients a tree. Not as random as you might think. Weddings tot up a lot of miles –  I have…

Read More

A guided tour of Islay

To many it is known as the Whisky Isle with it’s eight distilleries across the island but as we recently discovered on a guided tour of Islay this Queen of the Hebrides has so much…

Read More

Elie and St Monans

I am always on the look out for new places to take a walk and discover. A few weeks ago (that time in between Christmas and new year, where you haven’t got a clue what…

Read More

A snow fix in the Cairngorms

For someone who hates being cold, I absolutely LOVE snow and will be quite happy out walking in it and even making snow angels (yes, even at my age!). So when the first snow fell…

Read More

Giant lanterns at Edinburgh Zoo

Last night was the opening night for the Giant Lanterns at Edinburgh Zoo and what a spectacle it is! As we walked around the trail within the zoo grounds the air was filled with “ooo’s”…

Read More

New Lanark Visitor Centre

Nestled on the banks of the river Clyde and surrounded by woodland, New Lanark Visitor Centre is the perfect day out. The 18th century restored cotton mill is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and…

Read More