Final batch from this late summer flower period in the garden.
This is a very special island for my chapter of the Clan Lamont. As youngsters we spent our summer holidays from morning until belly-rumbles in the evening with no adult supervision. This is a stark contrast to freedoms young people experience today. Being a parent from mid-nineties onwards I don’t think millennials live with regret or have feelings of missing out. For me that the total freedom I enjoyed on an island 2.5 miles long by 1.2 miles wide in the Clyde estuary formed many happy memories for which I am very thankful. Continue reading Isle of Cumbrae
Another batch of colour and detail in photographs from the garden in late summer. Mother nature can look glorious when you get close to the bugs and flowers.