I see a lot of voices, accusing a double standard of those who would speak out about the American Capitol … More
Resilient Scotland – a Blueprint for a Green Economy
Covid-19 has ravaged economies across the world and Scotland is no exemption. During April a quarter of Scottish businesses … More
Resilient Scotland – Part One
The future looks uncertain. Scotland has arrived at an unenviable position. The pandemic has resulted in deep economic shocks and … More
Oyster Shell Community
Community and people come together to support one another during the Pandemic. How friends found new avenues of hope amidst that hardship of today’s uncertain world.
A Highland boy and Glasgow girls
In the twilight of his life, Donald Sutherland compiled his memoirs. Published in the 1960s, entitled ‘Highland Childhood’, it recalled … More
The rumble in the stumble
Watch those that revise history to suit their notions of the day. The predicament of an act of union signed … More
The Day Democracy Left
I write this on the evening Boris Johnstone prorogued Parliament. Some have called it the deterioration of democracy, buy why?
A photo series of Scotland with my Canon AE1 program. Looking through the lens at the changing season
Helin’ air to heal Londoners
VisitScotland target Londoners for wellness breaks, but is Scotland’s tourism ready to morph again?
And so you get back into Edinburgh. You take a nap on South Clerk Street as the readiness of the … More