Archive for May 19th, 2017

Looking forward to some peace

Friday, May 19th, 2017

I'm having most of the weekend to myself so I have plans to catch up with making some videos, finishing my project (and making a video of it somehow), playing some guitar and chilling.

Probably not gardening though, the weather doesn't look too promising.

Hope you all have a good weekend

For +FloralFriday curated by +Eustace James +Beth Akerman +Kiki Nelson and +Tamara Pruessner

#floralfriday #floralphotography #flowers #flowerphotography

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OK Google, Banana peel!

Friday, May 19th, 2017

We don't (yet) have a Google Home but I have an 8-year old who occasionally asks Google random questions like that.

Fun read if you're a parent 😊

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Google Home: An Insight Into a 4-Year-Old’s Mind – Jono Bacon
How Google Home provides an interesting insight into the curiosity of a 4-year-old.

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Dean Castle, Kilmarnock

Friday, May 19th, 2017

Another one from the archives, taken in October 2007. Dean Castle is located in the middle of the Dean Castle country park in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. Historically the home of the Boyd family, the castle is now owned by the East Ayrshire council and hosts unique collections of arms and armour. It also has historical ties with figures of Scottish history such as Robert the Bruce and Robbie Burns.

The gardens are also home to a host of animals such as peacocks, pheasants and parakeets.

A contribution to #JoinInDaily by +Johnny Wills for the theme "Fences and Walls"

Dean Castle, Kilmarnock

Another one from the archives, taken in October 2007. Dean Castle is located in the middle of the Dean Castle country park in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire. Historically the home of the Boyd family, the castle is now owned by the East Ayrshire council and hosts unique collections of arms and armour. It also has historical ties with figures of Scottish history such as Robert the Bruce and Robbie Burns.

The gardens are also home to

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