This magnificent cantilever railway bridge crosses the Firth of Forth in Scotland. Built between 1882 and 1890, this iconic structure is a symbol of Scotland and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. At one point in its construction, approximately 4,600 men were employed. Local historians have so far found records of 73 who died in the Read more about Made in Scotland: The Forth Railway Bridge[…]
In response to Hugh’s Weekly Photo Challenge: After After a great coastal walk on the Scottish Hebridean Island of Mull, I enjoyed the view (over my boots) across to Ardnamurchan Point.
Throwback Thursday : A Puffin with his Family’s Dinner I don’t check the stats very often on my flickr account but when I looked this morning I saw that this picture had 5,959 views in one day (yesterday). I’m intrigued to know the reason for this , as it can’t have been flickr members as Read more about Puffin with Family’s Dinner[…]
When I saw Hugh’s Photo Challenge : Glorious, I immediately thought of the many wonderful beaches in Wester Ross in the North West of Scotland. If you like beautiful deserted beaches there can be no better place on earth. If, however, you also want a guarantee of blue sky and sunshine, then head instead to Read more about The Glorious Mellon Udrigle Beach[…]
Thank you Cee for prompting me to look out a few pictures of my home city of Glasgow for this week’s Fun Foto Challenge .