“was really quite radical . . .”

It is wonderful to read in the Herald that £100,000 has been set aside to keep Scotland’s auldest library going. I have visited Innerpeffray library with Sian and also with … Continue reading “was really quite radical . . .”

Vintage Cervantes

I have recently read Don Quixote by Miguel De Cervantes. It is a wonderful book and has, like all good books, a lot to ‘say’ for today. I am going … Continue reading Vintage Cervantes

in the middle

   in the middle of a few days in G A L L O W A Y an adventure began in which a film could neither begin nor end. … Continue reading in the middle

‘TOOL Library’

As I entered Stirling Central Library last night, I was invited to become a member of a “TOOL Library” My considerations of the increasingly mechanical approach to healthcare in NHS … Continue reading ‘TOOL Library’

Ruins: by a ‘modern ruin’

Mavisbank: Hatton House: Gladney House: Temple of Decision: Gartincaber: Rossie Castle: Auchtavan, Glen Fearder: Barnbarroch House: Meigle steading: Jerah: Straid, Comrie: Bishopfauld, Comrie: Edmonstone Estate, Edinburgh: Amisfield Estate: Kennetpans: The … Continue reading Ruins: by a ‘modern ruin’

Scotland’s oldest free library

As part of Doors Open Day we visited the old library of Inverpeffray on Sunday 23rd September 2018. This is my film. Music credit: Menagerie Choir – cover of “Wrapped … Continue reading Scotland’s oldest free library

The anatomy of emotion

Marischal College, Aberdeen, where Peter and Sian, and their respective classes (class of 1988 and class of 1990) studied in their pre-clinical years of medicine. The idea of this film … Continue reading The anatomy of emotion