Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Forres: Grant Park

Grant Park is in the town centre of Forres, on the east side. 
Daffodils starting to bloom. 

Sculpture of a Piper. 
Tree-lined walk.
Entrance to the Bowling Club.

Monday, 30 March 2015

Dallam Park

A series of photographs of Dallam Park, Milnthorpe, taken from the roadside.

You can quite often see deer grazing here, but not on this occasion. 

The River Bela flows through the park. 

The river twists its way through the park. 

Sunday, 29 March 2015


The lower end of Milnthorpe Square. 
The 19th century Church of St. Thomas.

You just hope that the rain falls vertically if standing in this bus shelter, otherwise not a great deal of protection!
Milnthorpe War Memorial.

Looking towards the Square from the Church. 

Saturday, 28 March 2015

Cromarty: Part 5 of 5

The old lighthouse.

Trees that grow tyres!
Rigs in the Cromarty Firth.

A pier at the harbour.
The Royal Hotel. 
This used to be a Hemp Works, now converted into residential accommodation. 
Reflections at the harbour. 

This boat has seen better days. 
Ship wheel designed seat. 
North Sutor.

Friday, 27 March 2015

Cromarty: Part 4 of 5

Look at that view! North and South Sutor.
Along the shore to South Sutor. 
The old brewery, now an arts centre. 
Looking back towards the village. 

These lanes are known as Vennels. 
A Cromarty local. 
Hugh Miller's Cottage. 
Inside the Cromarty Arms, looking out. 
Hugh Miller Institute. 
The award winning Cromarty cheese shop. 
Looking across to the Nigg yard on the opposite side of the Cromarty Firth. 

Cat ornaments.
Dog walker taking a rest.