Usually I write about our quiet pastimes on Skye – a bit of baking, exploring on our favourite beach, photographing families and weddings – but there’s another side to us… I also do commercial photography and photograph events – and what a weekend it’s been for those. Not just from a working perspective but because my […]

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  • Angi Plant - Who needs swanky places when you’ve got happy kids with smiling faces and self confidence? Not me!! Seeing our daughter sing at local carnival is worth more than the location 🙂 Agree with you totallyReplyCancel

  • JAY BEE - I can only agree with your sentiments. We live in a terribly material world, with its uncertainties, fear and disappointment. What better way to find yourself (as a child) than growing in the wonderful, atmospheric ‘climate’ of the West coast. Despite all my sunshine etc. here, I do miss the place and its people – but not the rain + midges……ReplyCancel

I have a vast gallery of family photos – I like to capture elements of every day of our precious family time – and sometimes it takes a while to get round to editing my personal work. But those images are there on my hard drive shouting at me “remember that great day at Clachtoll […]

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  • JAY BEE - Lovely words and super family shots – never to be forgotten. I have a friend in the UK who has NEVER owned a camera and has 3 lovely kids (now grown up)The only memories his wife has of their childhood/school days are the pictures I and some other friends took of our families enjoying life together. I am a little sad about that, but at least there are a few pics remaining of them as youngsters……ReplyCancel

You might fly into Glasgow Airport, pick up a hire car and set of to explore Scotland. When you reach Broadford you may pass the Co-Op and then turn left at the Broadford Hotel. That’s where it can all goes wrong. This is where you are about to encounter your first Single Track Road of the journey. […]

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On an island you know everybody so a visit to the shops is a social occasion. On an island you don’t need satnav –  just keep going and you’ll either end up somewhere interesting or back at the point where you started wondering where you were. On an island single track roads aren’t a big […]

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Ashaig beach in our village is my favourite place on earth. I’ve been exploring it’s sandy vastness, finding fossils and shells here for over 40 years and I will never tire of it. Just a stroll along the road from our house this tidal beach is stormy in winter and a shallow paddling paradise in […]

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