Sat 12th – Thurs 24th August
The Christian Radich had an open day in Kirkwall on Monday, here is a wee account of our visit.
Once upon a time, there was a tree. She was young, slim and fresh and was growing up in a forest.
Sometimes when looking for inspiration on choosing which poem to use, I look up to see if the day has any significance, well lo and behold is today not National Rice Pudding […]
watching the show may result in you purchasing Gundam model kits/Gunpla
The lovely Linn O’ Dee is a scenic spot near the village of Braemar, where the river flows
under a beautiful old bridge, cascading dramatically over the rocks.
‘Sea Hames’ is inspired directly by the sea and its relationship to the land, by this line or boundary between two worlds.
Kirkwall Museum, one of many jewels in Orkney’s magnificent crown
And then, there’s the Dairy, with our friend the Tree Trowie, looking through the window
In Spring and Autumn one may say the lapwing is shy whereas in May and June it s a bold and fearless bird