The Blue Room

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In an old house that sits all on its own in the woods the smell of smoke hangs thick throughout and the only furniture left is this old wooden sideboard. Every window is boarded shut so you need a decent wee torch to see inside the rooms when you’re on this urban exploration.

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The only window open is the one on the gable end of the building, burnt out by the fire contained in an asbestos lined room. The downstairs part of the building is locked which is probably a good thing I would imagine that part of the building is dark!

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Final Approach

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A nice little capture of a wasp coming in to land on a thistle. Didn’t actually see this wee fella coming in until I got home and checked out the shots on the old lappy.
Originally went out to grab a shot of the wee pond in these woods only to find it completely overgrown with stuff. That’s right stuff and lots of it!

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Reflections Redux

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Redone this shot on the way home the other day, looking at my first attempt this one wins.

 

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Jungle Trail Trike

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The end of the trail for this little trike

 

 

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Spinky Den

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Raided Amazon for a new ND filter on Friday and it arrived yesterday! Super quick delivery which I decided against paying for so I was pretty happy to get it through the door next day.
First outing for the new filter was to the bridge at Den of Fowlis aka Spinky Den. It was painted by famous Dundee artist James McIntosh Patrick back in 1957, these days you can hardly see the water through the trees and bushes. Might need to make a return trip later in the year when the water is moving a bit quicker.

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Attic View

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The attic windows that look out from the Queen’s Hotel, Dundee

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Campbeltown

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I wonder if anyone still uses the old names that buildings have above some entrances?

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