This classic perspective view of a lane with trees arching over it will always be winner for me. Just what is it that makes it such an attractive scene?
I love the twist in the track in the second shot – it’s just one step off being a double helix! It took me several attempts to get the angle just right.
The skull and crossbones gravestone is just one of the things that makes the old graveyard at Kirkandrews on the Galloway coast in SW Scotland is a fascinating place.
There are thousands of wrecks around the coastline of Britain but pirates did not usually merit a marked grave in the local cemetery. This one must have held some honour amongst the locals!
There are a number of other interesting gravestones in the cemetery, some of which have faces, others have intriguing patterns and motifs.
One of things I enjoy most about the longer days of the year is evening walks.
I love walking at all times and in many different conditions but when the sun puts on a display like this . . .
You can watch the StillWalks sample video “Coastal Walk – Evening” here.