Tuscan Skyline

There are many things I love about Scotland. My main gripe? Clear skies. My favourite pass time when I’m abroad is sitting outside in the evening and star-gazing, and I wish I could do the same at home. So here’s yet another Italy shot from up in the Tuscany hills – look familiar? (Click on…

The Playwright’s (unofficial) Guide: Dialogue

Every story begins differently. Sometimes it’s an image. Sometimes you’re led by a character. Sometimes, if you’re really lucky, you might already have a plot from start to finish (this is the rarest, so consider it the holographic Charizard of the literary world: not many people have it, and those that do won’t let you…

Sunday Round Up #23

When was the last time you looked through the sites you follow? Feel free to join in and link back to this post! Maybe I’ll discover some new blogs along the way… Otherwise, stick around, you might find something new! J-Dubs Grin and Bear It By design, this is a wide-ranging site, from reviews and moments…

Snow-Capped Devils

I’m all about mountains and clouds, preferably taken mid-flight. If you’ve been here a while, you’ll know that the above three are my vice when it comes to photography, and the flight home from Italy was no exception, because it meant a journey over the Alps.Many were still snow-capped, and hidden among the barren peaks…

Concrete Division

Trippy, right? Behold the dichotomy that is the Scottish summer.Taken before the rush of the Fringe, when we weren’t open and could have the beanbags all to ourselves while Barry White croaks over the foyer.