Sandwich Italiano

Piazza Bra. The largest piazza in Verona, and certainly one of the most aesthetically pleasing (if you ignore the resident crane behind the arena). Thanks to a last minute bargain – and, admittedly, an accident that required minimal distance between a bed and the arena – our patch for the night was the third floor…

Whiteout’s Fair Rollin’ In

It’s those mountains again, tugging at yon Laidig’s heart. There’s nothing quite like being amongst the snow-caps with a panoramic view, especially as a whiteout begins to descend. That’s obviously until you remember that the only way off of the mountain is down, and you have to decide whether to race or embrace the inevitable.…

Lavender: the Pollen Powerhouse

The Fringe is over. With a final review to post, and a much deserved lie-in waiting to be had, the irony of this week’s photo challenge is not lost on my bonce. After five weeks of working with Fringe folk, I became a freelancer once more as of 6pm this evening, and am now back…

Take the Bull By the…Silks?

Nothing says corner like a nice obtuse angle. I normally keep this stuff over on the ol’ Insta, but having finally managed to see a few Fringe shows thanks to a change in work schedule (one of which has left me with a craving to get back in the air), today’s Daily Post prompt instantly…

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…