PICTURE OF THE WEEK
Sunlight reflected up from the Towy river catches the last of the autumn leaves.
Monthly Archives: October 2019
It’s Wednesday 2 October. We’ve worked for 3 hard days and now are free to do what we want. For me it’s simple: take pictures. For the others it’s mostly walking – a chance to tackle some of the big … Continue reading
1:30 “I can’t do this! It’s prison work, no skill, just hard labour!” Failure. I admit defeat. With 90 minutes still to go I’m exhausted and my back is hurting. If I carry on it will get worse. I had … Continue reading
I’ve slept late for me. It’s 6 45 before I open the van door to a blast of cool air. The ground as I step down is soft but the grasses are all silvered with frost. It’s absolutely still. Not … Continue reading
On the map it looked impossibly remote, but this is Glen Affric in the Scottish Highlands, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, and there are few times when there are not walkers, hunters, even vehicles coming and … Continue reading