After wanting to do wild camping for ages my wife and I finally had our opportunity this weekend past, so of we went to Glencoe in the Scottish highlands, to a Glen called Glen Etive. The weather was not entirely favourable according to the forecast but we pressed on anyway.
I hadn’t been up early enough to catch a sunrise so decided this was the day, bearing in mind most sensible photographers don’t try this in the summer when the nights are short and days long, meaning you need to get up a silly o’clock (which in this case was about
Well, the weather this weekend has been great and the forecast for next week is just as good if not better, so I decided to go on a minor trek Saturday up to Moncrieffe hill, which is just a mile or so outside of Perth. It is a beautiful area
This morning started well enough, set off for work around 7.15 and on the way spotted the Virgin balloon just rising above the skyline, it often takes off from a local park when the weather is good (which it was again today) and made the walk to work a bit
So now that the winter weather seems to be receding, for the moment at least, some flowers have started to brave poking above the ground and here is a collage of some crocuses which I found on the North Inch in Perth today when I was out for a stroll.
Well the weather is certainly doing it’s thing at the moment, today a good lot of snow falling and more to come, just the kind of weather where I wish I had a nice 4×4 Landrover (other 4×4 models are available!) rather than a small mini cooper; not the kind