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The annual Edinburgh Festival and Fringe draws crowds and it is a great experience just to walk the streets, especially on the Royal Mile, to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the entertainers. Read more

Photo of Flatpack Society

Flatpack Society performed their own blend of ‘Indie Rock’ & ‘Alternative Country’ at the Ross Open Air Theatre in Edinburgh’s Princes Street Gardens during the Festival Fringe 2012. Read more

Glasgow Christmas Decorations

Okay, okay, I know it’s only November and there are those who wish all the razzmatazz about Christmas would be confined to December. But it is now only one month until Christmas Eve and I was in Glasgow City Centre with time to take some shots. Read more

Helen Denerley Artworks

Helen Denerley lives in a remote part of Aberdeenshire where her art is inspired by wild and domestic animals some of which can be seen locally as well as by the varying moods of the Scottish weather and seasons. Read more

Festival on the Royal Mile 2011

The annual Edinburgh Festival and Fringe is always worth a trip, at the very least to walk through the streets and soak up some of the atmosphere, if not to attend some of the shows.

There are always street entertainers, musicians, performers and show promoters that are bright, colourful and worth a photo if you can isolate them from the crowds or place them in a context. Read more

Foodies Festival Fiasco

Normally I like to keep things positive. But sometimes things are so bad they need to be written up exactly as they were.

No doubt the weather put a damper on the event but my trip to the Edinburgh Foodies Festival last Saturday will probably ensure I wouldn’t attend a similar event again unless I could be persuaded it would be significantly better. Read more

The Tall Ships Race Parade of Sail

Following the RAF Red Arrows display, the 57 participating Tall Ships set out from Greenock, one by one, surrounded by a flotilla of local vessels down the Firth of Clyde towards their destination on the next stage.

They were not racing at this point and different Tall Ships were to call in at Campbeltown, Oban and Ullapool en route to Lerwick. Read more