Tag Archives: Scotland
The 1st and 18th fairways of the Old Course at St Andrews covered in snow. This winter the courses have been closed for the best part of 4 weeks due to the weather, much to the annoyance of many a … Continue reading
College Street – looking south towards Market Street. This is on of the old cobbled streets in St Andrews. The Central Bar is on the left at the top of the street. See it large on Flickr
This is part of the ruins of St Andrews Cathedral. The sun was very low in the sky and I kinda shot this without looking through the viewfinder trying not to blind myself in the process. (wish I had live … Continue reading
This tree stands outside the Jigger Inn at the Old Course Hotel in St Andrews. Someone has spent a fair amount of time wrapping the branches in fairy lights!. The Jigger Inn building itself used to be the Station Masters … Continue reading
Sitting outside Madras College, Blackfriars Chapel is all that remains of a once large monastery on the site. The Blackfriars were established in St Andrews by Bishop William Wishart and were known for their white robes with black crosses and … Continue reading
This is the little square behind Holy Trinity Church in St Andrews. The square contains the Public Library, straight ahead, (also the public toilets), The Dolls House resturant and tucked away in the corner is the Cafe in the Square, … Continue reading
Holy Trinity Church, the town church. Not the best weather for taking photos, cold, wet and windy. I did get a fair amount of curious looks getting this shot as I stood on the middle of the road, tripod et … Continue reading
Every year in August, St Andrews hosts a street fair called the Lammas Market. What is unusual about this shot is that its not raining! The Market has 2 distinct parts, this one is Market Street, and consists of mainly … Continue reading
This is the Gateway building on the edge of St Andrews, originally built to be a golf/sports club that business fell through and this is now part of the University campus, currently home of the School of Managment.
These steps rise up the hill that used to be called (probably still is) Jacobs ladder in St Andrews.