• December Photography – My Garden is a Cold Winter Wonderland

    5 January 2021

    It’s a relief to leave 2020 behind. I know we shouldn’t force ourselves to ‘change’ and to make huge lifestyle choices with thanks to new year resolutions, but sometimes I can’t help but feel more drive and motivation on the first day of a new year and the want for doing something different. 2020 has been full of spending time at home, working at home, being sad at home and…

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  • 31 Awesome Books That Actually Got Me Through The Strange Year of 2020!

    28 December 2020

    At the start of the year, I made the typical new year resolution like most of us do. Mine was to attempt to read 40 books in the year. Some may think that’s so many and others may manage to get through that in a few months! But to me, it was a lot and something I wanted to achieve by the end of the year. I’ve kept count of…

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  • November Photography – Wonderful Motivating Weather & Learning New Things

    1 December 2020

    Another month passes. Like everyone else, I’m sure we all still think we’re in March. I really can’t believe that it’s now December. This year has been both the slowest and the fastest of my life. We’re now back in ‘lockdown’ here in Scotland, and there are travel restrictions in place. As much as I love my hometown of Glasgow, I’d do anything to be able to see some mountains…

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  • Glencoe Lochan – The Wonderful, Quiet and Peaceful Hidden Woodland Walk in Scotland

    17 November 2020

    When we hear the word Glencoe we instantly think of mountains, low clouds and gloomy atmospheres. We know what to expect from this magical place in the Scottish Highlands. Thanks to a quick Google search as we were walking over Signal Rock in Glencoe, I discovered that just a little bit outside of the Glencoe we all know is Glencoe Lochan. Located very near Glencoe Village, Glencoe Lochan is a…

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  • October Photography – Being Enchanted by Wonderful Wildlife Photography

    2 November 2020

    The Haunted Hollow candle is burning away on the windowsill. There are raindrops all over the window and gusts of wind are blowing the little skeleton figure I have tied onto the handle around. Along with the wind and rain sounds, I also have Hagrid’s Hut ambience on. I just finished reading Interview With The Vampire and am now onto Wakenhyrst. These little things are keeping my spooky heart going…

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