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Clava Cairn

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It's big and it's round and you can walk into it.

Another nice standing stone

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At Clava Cairns again. The trees were planted by a misguided Victorian trying to make the site look more 'Druidic'. Which it isn't.
29th Jul 2004, 15:35   comments (0)

Stony gaze

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Stone and Cairn at Bulnaraun of Clava, Inverness-shire. The 'eye' is what they call a cup mark,which is what I call a dint.

There are better photos up at the Mysterious Britain site, but I think this isn't bad for a camera phone...
29th Jul 2004, 15:25   comments (0)

baby barn owl

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Six weeks old, in a box and cute as fuck...

28th Jul 2004, 15:12   comments (9)

*!@$% piper

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At Aviemore. We had just been served in the plastic conservatory thing of a quiet hotel restaurant when this guy started up: bagpipes are a war instrument, not a good dinner accompaniment...
27th Jul 2004, 11:59   comments (0)

Tonatiuh the saker falcon

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Sakers are native of the Middle East and Tonatiuh is a bloodthirsty Aztec goddess, but I didn't to accuse this bird of being confused.

Dunnet Head

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We went here, but oddly enough we got no signal. the lighthouse was designed by Robert Louise Stevenson's Grandad.
26th Jul 2004, 16:45   | tags:,comments (0)

Duke of the Munros

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An eagle owl called Duke and his owner/handler whose name I don't know except that he's a Munro. They live at The Storehouse of Foulis on the Firth of Cromarty. We were told Duke was in Harry Potter - certainly Mr Munro could have played Hagrid's grandad...