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Sunderland hinterland, Islay

55 months ago
Ruined croft above Gleann na h-Uamha, Islay
At last the sun was out again and after several ramblings with other very patient people, I decided the time had come to venture out on my own again. There's only so many times that the words 'OK folks we're in a new square', can remain exciting to anyone other than a dedicated Geographer! I worked out a route from Burnside, Bruichladdich, northwards to Gleann na h-Uamha and hopefully reaching the intriguing Dun na h-Uamha, north-eastwards to Loch Treunaidh and south again to join a track...

A Walk towards Bolsa, Islay

55 months ago
Once again I was caught out with the weather. This really is a walk to do on a cold, crisp winter's day before the bracken, midges and tourists are out in force! We can say it snowed without lying, although it wasn't exactly blizzard conditions! But whilst my last walk was in relentless sunshine (for which I suffered a headache, not having taken my sunhat), the sun only made an appearance when the last car door was closed at the end of the walk - and I'd taken my sunhat! Of course! And my...

The Last Three Months

55 months ago
Front of the building
My submissions have gone down in the last three months which is down to a few things. I had uploaded 20,000 images (no fanfare for that) and the cost of driving out to places is not getting any cheaper but one of the other reasons is I have started blogging more. I juggle five of them at the moment and I blame the Geograph one for starting me off on this trail. So what have I been doing Geograph wise apart from posting photos of our village hall being built? Photo Well a lady who...
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2012 the last two months

55 months ago
Blists Hill Victorian Town
Being busy and IT issues have delayed my submission considerably. However, before we all forget that 2012 existed, I'll finish it off in readiness for starting the 2013 blogs. Friday the 2nd started with an educational event at Cheltenham Racecourse Photo. The next day was spent in the Ironbridge Gorge with Ashley Dace - Photo Photo Photo Photo. However, the real fun was after dark with the Blists Hill fireworks and the operation of the foundry and...
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