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how many places need a symbol for waterfalls in both directions?

Handsome’s gentle stroll regime continued at the Falls of Clyde in New Lanark today – we walked up to Dundaff Linn and back down again. It was all very green and gentle, the water levels were quite low. I refrained … Continue reading

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storm damage at New Lanark

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still raining, still green

 

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I compulsively take photographs of waterfalls

I seem to have an unusually large number of photographs of waterfalls. Having spent some time this evening looking through my photo archives, it's clear that most of them are of this particular waterfall. (The photo gets bigger if you … Continue reading

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it’s still snowing….

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I stopped to take photographs so often that the walk took three times as long as usual

              

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Mind you, the water was pretty murky and a bit smelly too

All that snow (or at least most of it) was washed away by heavy overnight rain and it had to go somewhere… Clyde in spate at New Lanark 2, Jan 16th 2010 Clyde in spate at New Lanark 1, Jan … Continue reading

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autumn

The weather was glorious this morning, so we went for an autumnal walk in New Lanark – up to the bridge and back. Dundaff Linn shadows New Lanark path Walker's long shadows Corra Linn And there just happened to be … Continue reading

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Walking in the snow with the one I love

Dragged Handsome out again this afternoon, to New Lanark and the Clyde walkway – it was snowing gently, and the snow was crunchy underfoot. The river was full, and the Falls of Clyde were as dramatic as they can be … Continue reading

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ice, ice, ice

It's been cold all this week, and I've been taking photos through the freezing fog, and into the sunset, to experiment with effects. An awful lot of them didn't work – but that's how to learn! Today we went down … Continue reading

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