As the weather dictated, a slight detour from the east coast away out to the centre and west of the top of Scotland. I explored the road down Strathnaver, starting with a small church at Syre (a distinctive tin-tab construction originally built by the Free Church of Scotland as a mission to nearby Sutherland estate, […]
The zig-zag harbour wall at St Monan’s is one of those iconic photographic locations where it’s impossible to pitch-up with tripod on top of the wall without being joined by multiple other photographers all seeking to perpetrate much the same cliché photo. Being stuck in Fife already, I called in at the village and sent […]
When in doubt, grab one old manual prime lens, stick it on the camera and go for a stroll around the South Inch in Perth. This is the first of a small handful of posts of things that caught my eye one lunchtime, starting with the obvious view of St Leonard’s in the Fields Church […]
I still remember the place for being very unwelcoming last September – however at least the building has a rather photogenic profile from the outside.
For the record, since they don’t have a website of their own and are pretty hard to find on the official Church of Scotland site: services are at 12 midday on Sundays. Update 2013-07-02: I noticed, in passing, that from this month onwards apparently service times have changed to 10am on Sundays.