One of the most gothic and spellbinding cemeteries in Edinburgh.
Linlithgow Loch is the largest freshwater loch in the Lothians, overlooked by the remains of Linlithgow Palace in the heart of the town.
Some photos from a walk along the bank of the River Almond in autumn, as it flows through the Almondell Country Park in West Lothian.
Some photos from my time spent on the streets of Edinburgh during the Festival Fringe (and a couple from my time spent in Hong Kong’s Ocean Park at Halloween) that aim to capture the spirit of the season …
Graveyards of Edinburgh
Some photographs from Edinburgh’s historic graveyards and cemeteries, including Greyfriars Kirkyard, St Cuthbert’s cemetery and the Dean Cemetery.
Early September, Mid Calder
A local walk by the River Almond near Mid Calder. I’m blessed to live in an area of Scotland where I have easy access to so many great walks.West Lothian is unique: the county has a real sense of its industrial heritage and its natural beauty existing side by side, creating a compelling harmony of […]
Edinburgh in Black & White
Sometimes, the city looks even better without colour …
Last Breath of Summer
Photos from a walk in the Murieston Trail, in the south of Livingston in West Lothian in Scotland. We’ve been fortunate here in that we have had plenty of rain following the hot weather, meaning the trees, grass and other plants have managed to stay hydrated. There was a sense in the air today, however. […]
Statues of Edinburgh
Another of my old photography projects I’m thinking of resurrecting and/or using in forthcoming Call of Cthulhu scenarios – Statues of Edinburgh.
Photos of Fringes Past
A few years ago, I used to review and shoot shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Part of me misses those days, but now I am a little bit older, I’m not sure I could keep up the same pace I used to. Nevertheless, the Fringe did give me my love of circus, cabaret, alternative […]