The Haugh of West Grange, by the river Forth, was familiar to generations of my family. In my lifetime it became roofless: a home for plastic-wrapped silage. The Last of … Continue reading The last of Pat Conway
This film is a poetic journey that seeks to ‘advance deeper into the unknown country’. From Seaton Park to the river Spey: this film is about finding love and realising … Continue reading Do you remember your first kiss? Where were you at the time?
Peter’s short films about bridges [to play each film please click on an image]: Over here [Boat o’brig]: The beginning of wisdom [Kalemouth suspension bridge]: Look Aboot Ye [Kincardine on … Continue reading My notebook will be better than a doctor
I have been wishing to write this post for a while now. It is about the life of John Halliday who was described as “a poet as well as a … Continue reading A poet as well as a gardener