Posts Tagged ‘throwbackthursday’

Loch Ainort – Isle of Skye

Thursday, July 14th, 2016

Here's a little contribution to #throwbackthursday a picture taken on Skye back in 2008. In those days my camera wasn't of great quality and looking at it now, it really shows on those landscape pictures.

It's also a reminder that it has been that long since I last went on a trip to Skye, time flies.

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Loch Ainort – Isle of Skye

Here’s a little contribution to #throwbackthursday a picture taken on Skye back in 2008. In those days my camera wasn’t of great quality and looking at it now, it really shows on those landscape pictures.

It’s also a reminder that it has been that long since I last went on a trip to Skye, time flies.

#tbt

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This week's #throwbackthursday takes us to the Longoria Palace in Madrid, …

Thursday, April 7th, 2016

This week's #throwbackthursday takes us to the Longoria Palace in Madrid, Spain

This art-nouveau building is quite striking yet hidden in one of the many narrow streets of Madrid. Not my best photography but this was taken back in 2008.

#tbt

This week’s #throwbackthursday takes us to the Longoria Palace in Madrid, Spain

This art-nouveau building is quite striking yet hidden in one of the many narrow streets of Madrid. Not my best photography but this was taken back in 2008.

#tbt

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This week's #throwbackthursday is a picture of Brodick Castle on the island of…

Thursday, March 31st, 2016

This week's #throwbackthursday is a picture of Brodick Castle on the island of Arran.

Arran is one of the largest islands of the south West coast of Scotland, accessible by regular ferries from Ardrossan. It's a popular destination for walkers and climbers as is the majority of Scotland for that matter.

This #tbt dates back to 2007.

This week’s #throwbackthursday is a picture of Brodick Castle on the island of Arran.

Arran is one of the largest islands of the south West coast of Scotland, accessible by regular ferries from Ardrossan. It’s a popular destination for walkers and climbers as is a the majority of Scotland for that matter.

This #tbt dates back to 2007.

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Another #throwbackthursday , the Pagoda at Culzean Castle

Thursday, March 24th, 2016

Another #throwbackthursday , the Pagoda at Culzean Castle

Culzean Castle (pronounced Kul-lane) is an 18th century castle on the South-West coast of Scotland which now belongs to the National Trust of Scotland. The grounds of the castle are about as interesting to visit as the castle itself. This picture was taken back in 2007 and I'm fairly certain I'd never shared it before.

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Another #throwbackthursday , the Pagoda at Culzean Castle

Culzean Castle (pronounced Kul-lane) is an 18th century castle on the South-West coast of Scotland which now belongs to the National Trust of Scotland. The grounds of the castle are about as interesting to visit as the castle itself. This picture was taken back in 2007 and I’m fairly certain I’d never shared it before.

#tbt

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The Beach at Lossiemouth

Thursday, March 17th, 2016

I don't believe I ever posted anything on #throwbackthursday and I seem to have quite a few older little shots that just sit there waiting to be shared so here's one from 10 years ago.

I believe this was taken with my wife's old Minolta which for a while was the best digital camera we had. I find it interesting that despite no post-processing the colour scheme makes the picture look like it started to fade in the sun or something

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The Beach at Lossiemouth

I don’t believe I ever posted anything on #throwbackthursday and I seem to have quite a few older little shots that just sit there waiting to be shared so here’s one from 10 years ago.

I believe this was taken with my wife’s old Minolta which for a while was the best digital camera we had. I find it interesting that despite no post-processing the colour scheme makes the picture look like it started to fade in the sun or

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