I’m on my computer sometimes for as long as 18 hours a day. I’m a photographer and on a full day’s shoot, I’ll go home with 1000+ photos which will take me 3 or 4 days to edit. I’m a webmaster and once had 5 websites which all needed daily attention. I make Tomb Raider […]
This is one of my favourite seal photos. Our coasts have to be one of the most hostile environments on earth, and yet it’s where they call home.
It’s a bit crap if you’re a Dundee fan at the moment. Rooted to the bottom of the Premiership and staring relegation in the face. Dens Park is all doom and gloom at the moment. But if there is any crumb of comfort from this shit show of a season, it’s that it has been […]
Our first video instalment of Match Focus features this past weekend’s Brora Wanderers vs. Lochinver game, which took place yesterday in the quarter finals of the Stafford Cup. The nwsafa.blog Match Focus is brought to you by Highland Sports Media in association with our sponsors Murray Massage Therapy Ltd.
The full card of Stafford Cup quarter final matches was played today in some great weather around the North Coast — and some 25 goals were scored between all four matches. Brora Wanderers 5 Lochinver 3 Brora and Lochinver served up an eight goal thriller at School Park which went the way of the home […]
Another lovely day in Brora, t-shirt weather in April, amazing. Here’s the river at high tide looking across towards the harbour.
The North West Sutherland league fixtures for the 2019 season have now been released, for both Division 1 and the new Division 2. The opening league games shall be played on Saturday, May 11th, following the conclusion of the Stafford Cup semi-finals. 11TH MAY Division 1 Tain Thistle v Dornoch City Lochinver v Golspie Stafford […]
Just back from a walk along the beach. Beautiful day. Came back with this.
Struggled with this image this morning, couldn’t get it to work at all. Knew there was something too good about it to chuck it away though, so persevered with it. Then *ding* black and white! Stripping the colour highlighted the contrasts beautifully, which was what I’d been trying to do all along.
So you are coming to London and you want to avoid the tourist look? Read on
Thanks to /u/Saba007[ for pouring me this dram. Glen Keith isn’t exactly at the top of most peoples “saw it at a bar” lists. It’s the first Speyside to be built since the whisky crash of 1898. No, you aren’t dyslexic, that’s the 19th century. And it was mothballed in 1999, left to eventually reopen in 2013. […]
is located in Brora, a coastal village in the east of Sutherland in the Highland area of Scotland. The writer resides, for one week during summer or fall, in a furnished and recently renovated, traditional croft cottage, containing three bedrooms. The residency does not come with a cash prize. The residency has a rolling deadline; […]
Collecting Advice #2 – Convalmore 32 y.o / 1984 “When things seem to be going horribly wrong for others, that may be the time to strike for yourself. It’s not as though you are literally kicking somebody when they are down. At least metaphors don’t hurt physically….” One of the hardest things to predict when […]
It must have been quite something living around Loch Naver during the Iron Age. It appears as if there are a couple of small crannogs near where the loch flows out into the River Naver, and it is possible the Picts channelled the water to catch salmon as they were running. They may even have […]
Achorn broch is hardly recognisable as such, being a grassy mound with much of the ruin plundered of stone. However, there is a small trench dug into the mound revealing a section of original wall, which is most probably a section of mural gallery. There is no public access to the site. With permission, there is […]
This one was built on a long ridge of bedrock poking out of the surrounding ground. No part of the structure is visible but there is a hollow in the broch mound itself. Take the single track road from the A9 and find somewhere to park that isn’t blocking any passing places. Go through the […]