t w e n t y   f o u r
,
I feel shy to say, ‘twenty four was a
week of local walks…’ as I’ve been
saying this for weeks now when
introducing these #shotsoftheweek
stories. Twenty four was also week
twelve, so we still couldn’t travel in
Scotland, but by now we had settled
into these local routines and we made
the most of our walks close to home.
This week brought blue skies. And grey
skies. And moody skies after the rain.
,
Signs of summer on our doorstep
- literally. These daisies line our
front path.
, ,
We’d just been to the vet to pick
up meds and decided to have a
quick walk on the stretch of beach
 
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
Who doesn’t love a bit of camo
styling, right?
,
, ,
This guy was walking with his dog
while taking photos of the sunset. I
need to give this ‘solo walkers of
 
,
,
,
I prefer this grey mood to blue
skies in photos, if I’m honest. The
thing that I always enjoy about
 
,
This was my first trip into
Edinburgh for weeks, since before
lockdown. Richard was getting
 
Edinburgh New Town
,
,
,
I loved the quiet, still mood of this
walk at the lagoons - I shared a
story
at the time. It felt like walking
 
,
,
,
,
,
,
Once again, I’m drawn to these
juxtapositions of nature with
industrial elements at the lagoons.
,
,
june 8 - 14 2020
CREATED BY

vegan / yoga / exploring ♡ Harris + Bracken interiors journalist 📍Scotland

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