In Humbie Churchyard I came across this incredibly intricate and well-preserved 17c tombstone: This tombstone recalls the SKIRVING family of: At the bottom of the tombstone is this carved Angel: … Continue reading ‘WE AL MUST PAS’
This is an artistic film by a ‘modern ruin’. The film carries some of my recent adventure in and around Lothian. I found Dryden bridge broken (the house was long … Continue reading broken
This film is for Mary Broadley, Slamannan Gala Queen, 1950 Music credit: ‘Judy and the dream of horses’ by Belle and Sebastian.
This is how the ANGEL INN, Kilmarnock, was described in the 1858 Ordinance survey book: “A Second Class Inn, three Storeys high, Slated and in good repair, with extensive Out … Continue reading ANGEL Inn
In front of Dunblane cathedral there is a dark marble grave with a fallen cross. The design is very stark and the fallen cross long and thin. It looked manly. … Continue reading ‘Wife of Otto’
A selection of neighbourhood and newspaper images from yesterday and the day before: