ARBROATH. Fishing boats by the quayside.
I don’t own a TARDIS, I drive a Nissan Micra that’s well blessed in years. However thanks to my motley collection of cameras I can travel back in time. Here’s a selection of images from a couple of weeks spent in Scotland during August 2013.
Dunkeld, The Inn at the Athol Bar, a very pleasant place. Time for a quick ciggie in the evening air.
Edinburgh. Financial advice in mosaic form above a bank entrance in Fountainhall.
EDINBURGH. Crystal clear thinking at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
AVIMORE. It can be a long day when the Thunder in the Glen bikers’ meet hits town.
TOMINTOUL. The little red roofed shed amongst the hills.
EDINBURGH. The trombone of the Gramaphone Jass Band entertains the crowds on the Royal Mile.
ANSTRUTHER. Evening on the harbour, perfect spot for the fish and chips.
FORT WILLIAM. One of the shorter cable car trips you can take.
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