Wednesday, 28 November 2012

Skye Rocks.

I had the most amazing 3 days in Skye recently. I have only ever been to Skye twice before, a brief and very misty visit in 2003 and in a year I can't remember to run a half marathon. So all in all had not really seen an awful lot of this very beautiful island.

My companion for the weekend was very knowledgeable about the area and loves it so much I think this was visit 7 this year alone.

I was extremely thrilled to be getting away from the city for a few days and spending time walking and scrambling in the hills. I was not disappointed. The weather was incredible, mostly, and we packed in an amazing amount of walking in a short space of time.

I am not going to waste words trying to describe the places we visited, will leave that to the photos.

 Heading up towards the ridge.

Spot the deer.

Onwards and upwards.

Always remember to stop and look back.

Blue skies. Yeah.

Looking towards the Bastier tooth.

Sunset at Glenbrittle.

I've been up there!


Moon over the ridge.

Kilted rock.


Happy days.

The Table.

Old man of Stor.

So there you go, just a taster of one of the best weekends I have had in a long time. Hopefully it won't be so long till my next return visit.

Peace x

All photographs by Caroline Harvey.

Tuesday, 27 November 2012

Bree McCready the trilogy.

I can't tell you how thrilled and excited I am to tell you of my friend Hazel's latest addition to the book world. Bree McCready and the Realm of the Lost is finally in print. It has been a long wait for Bree fans but I know it will be worth it.

Please check out Hazel here, and if you have not yet heard of Bree, then it is not too late as you can buy it here, here and here. It would make an excellent Christmas present.

 Delicious gluten free Bree cakes made by Beth.

Realm of the Lost.

Cover by Lawrence Mann.

Trilogy complete.

Well done Hazel.

Peace x

All photographs by Caroline Harvey

Monday, 5 November 2012

Dollywood hills

Although I am no longer taking a photo a day, I am still trying to keep the camera clicking. Last week I had a couple of good days out and about.

On Sunday I had a fantastic day walking Mayar and Driesh in Glen Doll. The weather was fantastic, cold but not a breath of wind and only one low cloud moment at the top of Mayar. A truly wonderful day out.

Dolly comes to town.

Corrie Fee

Oh the views.

On top of the world.

Peace x

All photographs by Caroline Harvey