More Stirling photographs in Springtime.
Who does not love Spring?
Continue reading Springtime in Stirling
Some remarkable displays of sunlight around Wallace Monument, Stirling Castle and the Ochil hills. Continue reading Stirling sunlight
An interesting series of paths around this park in the Trossachs, particularly in autumn. An added element are metal mirror-finished sculptures nestling within the woodland that reflect light and landscape back at you in human form. Easily missed, but lovely when noticed.
A very sharp frost in winter 2008 gripped Stirling. Lots of crystalline ice grew over successive days of sub-zero temperatures.These were created on Abbey Craig upon which the Wallace Monument towers. Continue reading Winters grip
A quick walk up the Ochils that overlook Stirling. Well worth the time spent to get there and rewards the mild effort with great views from the Forth bridges (soon to be a trio) in the east to Ben Lomond in the west. The Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle were built upon “crag and tails” for strategic reasons. Continue reading Overlooking Stirling