Posts Tagged ‘architecture’

Our first proper trip back to St Andrews in years! This time with the added fun of being able to show it to two friends who’d never visited at all.

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After killing time at the airport with my freshly converted currency (and picking up a couple of bottles of prosecco at duty free in anticipation of an upcoming reunion), it was off to Iceland!

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A return trip to my favourite place in Scotland.

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Aging gracefully in the Provand’s Lordship – medieval dwelling and the oldest remaining house in Glasgow. Because what better way to make me feel better about my birthday than surrounding myself with things even older than I am.

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A trip eight years in the making.

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Continuing the recent spate of spring birthdays: a day trip to Glasgow’s multi-award winning Riverside Museum in celebration of Kim’s 23rd!

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After a seemingly interminable winter, Scotland was finally blessed with some sun this past weekend, so we went for a wander around the beautiful campus of Glasgow University. This photo was taken in the Gothic-style cloisters on the grounds, and is notable for encompassing two of my latest loves: the backpack John got me for Christmas (bringing me one step closer to my dream of one day being Lara Croft), and my brand-spanking new, ultra wide-angle lens which has (quite literally) opened up a new world of possibilities in my photography.

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