Tag Archives: walking
I was thinking about some of the wonderful sights I witnessed this summer on my hike through Scotland along the West Highland Way, and it brought to mind how lucky I really am. This photo is from the Glen on … Continue reading
Another view across the moors, through the window of a ruin on the hilltop. Through a ruin’s frame I see hope in nature’s glow. So it is in life.
Sticking with the Isle of Man theme, I have been looking at a couple of photographs from my wanderings over the manx moors. This one is ‘deadly’! His eyes, empty, stare. Through my bones, through my soul, my Memento … Continue reading
It has been an interesting weekend. I thought I might share a photograph from the Isle of Man that I have carried with me in my memory for a long time. This is where I proposed to my beautiful wife, … Continue reading
The morning sun was glinting off the Irish Sea as Emily set out on her morning dog walk across the sands. It was ‘splitting the rocks’, her husband would have said, God rest his soul. On the distant rocks a … Continue reading
Remember that walk I went on a couple of days ago? Well, this is another photo, taken as we had dropped off the moor and were making our way back along the country road. The Knockatallon walks make for lovely … Continue reading
I took a walk over the moor today. This may not be the finest photograph but it does show the bleakness of the walk.