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Caerketton Hill

Saturday, October 20th, 2018

You know what's great about taking pictures of the various hills on the Pentland Hills Regional Park is you get to find out what they're actually called, something which isn't always advertised very well, even on the park's website itself.

And if you know the area, beyond the path past the ridge you'll eventually get to the Midlothian Snowsports Centre, where you can go skiing even when there's no snow on the hills

Caerketton Hill

You know what’s great about taking pictures of the various hills on the Pentland Hills Regional Park is you get to find out what they’re actually called, something which isn’t always advertised very well, even on the park’s website itself.

And if you know the area, beyond the path past the ridge you’ll eventually get to the Midlothian Snowsports Centre, where you can go skiing even when there’s no snow on the hills

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It's all in the background

Friday, October 19th, 2018

Well I've been on holiday this week and somehow it doesn't quite feels like it I have so much I want to get done. Some day I'll work out what a real holiday feels like where I can relax and not feel guilty about getting nothing done. That's the hard part.

Days are getting crisper now, so remember to keep warm.

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

#floralfriday #floralphotography #flowers #flowerphotography #hqspflowers

It’s all in the background

Well I’ve been on holiday this week and somehow it doesn’t quite feels like it I have so much I want to get done. Some day I’ll work out what a real holiday feels like where I can relax and not feel guilty about getting nothing done. That’#s the hard part.

Days are getting crisper now, so remember to keep warm.

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

#floralfriday

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16th c. houses, Caen town centre

Monday, September 17th, 2018

Colloquially known as "The Post Office museum" as this was what was housed there until recently, these two traditionnal Norman-style houses right in the city centre of Caen were somehow spared during the heavy WWII bombing of the city and have recently had their facade restored.

If you look closely you can see some intricate patterns in between the wooden beams.

16th c. houses, Caen town centre

Colloquially known as “The Post Office museum” as this was what was housed there until recently, these two traditionnal Norman-style houses right in the city centre of Caen were somehow spared during the heavy WWII bombing of the city and have recently has they facade restored.

If you look closely you can see some intricate patterns in between the wooden beams.

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Following from the first exclusive look, +Entertainment Weekly shares 10 exclusive…

Wednesday, September 5th, 2018

Following from the first exclusive look, +Entertainment Weekly shares 10 exclusive images from Captain Marvel

Including a first look at Jude Law, the return of Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser, the first look at the Skrulls and the reveal that their leader Sorrento Talos had infiltrated S.H.I.E.L.D., a young Nick Fury and Carol's best friend Maria Rambeau.

My only regret is that they're not showing Clark Gregg as a younger Coulson but I'm sure that'll come soon.

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Sometimes strange things pop into my head when I sit to meditate

Sunday, September 2nd, 2018

They are rarely worth writing down but I wanted to give this one a shot because it reminded me of the stories in the Jataka Tales…

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Medhi and the Lighthouse
There was once a man named Medhi who had applied to become the next keeper of the local lighthouse. His task was simple, to keep the light on but for that he had to be able to enter the building, w…

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