A dry fountain that once gushed and sparkled in the sunlight

The very last day of 1911 [as reported in the Stirling Observer]:

How you belong to a place and each other

The week before last I took my 1959 Defender to Strathearn Garage for some much needed attention. This garage is in Aberuthven about 10 miles south of Perth.  I stopped … Continue reading How you belong to a place and each other

To speak our life as we feel it is a freedom

This film is by a Rebel Romantic and Antiquary. It is set in the the Hillfoots, the Ochils, the Carse, and Sherramoor. The summer is an imaginary one [my third … Continue reading To speak our life as we feel it is a freedom

Elizabeth and Ada [two girls singing]

This elegant angel stands in Warriston cemetry, Edinburgh. It was raised to  remember two sisters: Elizabeth Charlotte Turnbull who died aged 15 months of Typoid Fever: Ada Isabella Turnbull who … Continue reading Elizabeth and Ada [two girls singing]