Wet (Very) Weekend North of the Border

January 29, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

Spent five days last week up in Inverkeithing, hoping to use the town as a base to get out and photograph some of the Scottish countryside, alas it was not to be. It rained cats and dogs, and some larger mammals for the full five days.

So we just had to drink all our friends beer and eat all their food, ho hum!

All I managed to do work wise was in a brief two hour window where it did not bucket down, when I walked down to North Queensferry and did the obligatory Forth Bridge cliché shots, so here they are in all their glory!

One extra from the journey home, from Calton Hill ooking down on Edinburgh via the Dugald Stewart Monument...

What a Tourist!

 

Cheers Jules...

 

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