An early morning exploration of my new neighbourhood and the musings it inspired.
I recently started an Instagram project called #DailyView. I got the idea whilst sat on the bench in the first image. The wind rustled the leaves and the day just caught my attention. I realised that we are surrounded by so much beauty every day. Anything you see with your eyes is a view.Make sure… Continue reading Seven Daily Views
A guest blog post I wrote for the awesome Marauding JJ’s website!
Guest blog by Kaitlin McKenzie.
I love flying. I love the adrenaline rush of takeoff, the always-blue skies, the excitement of going somewhere new.
Or, rather, in this case, somewhere that feels like home.
As the crew prepare for landing, I sit snugly in my Easyjet economy seat and peek down through the clouds at glimpses of the land below.
Memories of descents toward destinations like lush, green Bali or burnt-red central Australia flit through my mind. But the land below me now is nothing like those.
Dark green hills roll like waves beneath us, sand-coloured lines squiggle across the terrain, forged by busy landrovers or wandering rivers.
The hills are covered by a patchwork quilt of green, dry grey, and heather brilliantly purple even from our altitude.
These are the hills of Scotland.
I spent the cloudier part of the plane journey leafing through the in-flight magazine. One…
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