Some aurora pix from Moffat and its surroundings.
These are a few of the photos I've taken mostly during various work parties over the last 2 and a bit years so as to document what we're doing at the Lowther Hills Ski Club.
Well on the way to our first permanent snow fence.
Photos from the local hills
Off the beaten track and on two planks.
Culter Fell - An 11 mile loop from Birthwood.
A Lowthers stravaig
A skin up to explore and ski down the wind scoured eastern slopes of Broad Law
Photos taken over a ride around Barra and the Uists
Some of the people panning for gold in the burns near Leadhills and Wanlockhead.
Saltburn is a four hour walk from Runswick, but just a 45 minute bus ride away. We followed the Cleveland Way footpath and stopped about 9 miles through for a couple of pints and a jacket potato. The sun was beating hard and my face knew all about it.
Three from the local agricultural show. Wet, muddy, typically Moffat really, but folk made the most of it.
An early 1930's No 1 Pocket Kodak Junior folding camera I bought at a car boot sale for £4. I'll never use it, but someone else tried it... https://www.lomography.com/magazine/11313-kodak-eastman-no1-pocket-junior-you-will-not-be-disappointed
SSE asked me to capture some photos from Stranraer's inaugural 'Oyster Festival' and it was a fabulous event. The festival organisers, the people of Stranraer, and their funders and supporters should all be proud of what they made happen.
People at work, people at play, people relaxing, people posing ...
A long weekender staying in the Blackhouse village at Gearannan. Cliff walks, hill walks and a bit of sightseeing.