Category Archives: St Andrews
The historic fishing harbour of St Andrews, Scotland. This has had a Tilt-shift effect applied to it in post production.
One of the "spins you round and turns you upside down" rides at the Lammas Market in St Andrews Aug 2010.
The Pends is the road that runs from St Andrews Harbour up to the Cathedral. The walls here are probably built using the stone from the ruined cathedral. I doubt very much that they are original medieval city walls, especially … Continue reading
Built as a private residence in 1855 and named after a Crimean battle of the same year, Kinburn Castle became the home of St Andrews Museum in 1991. It is owned and operated by Fife Council See Large
The congregation has had a number of different homes since it was formed back in 1738, but the current building, pictured above, was built in 1865. Currently the church is undergoing refurbishment so the congregation have been moved once again, … Continue reading
This is the war memorial inside Holy Trinity Church in St Andrews. It lists those local to St Andrews who where killed in action during the First World War. You can read the names on it if you view it … Continue reading
A clear night and full moon at the Band Stand on Bow Butts. Bow Butts is an open piece of grassy parkland lying behind the Royal and Ancient Golf Club in St Andrews. The name Bow Butts comes from the … Continue reading
Madras College South Street, I took this shot last april when the trees were still covered in blossom. Madras College, Founded in 1833 by Rev. Dr. Andrew Bell, is a listed building situated in the centre of St Andrews. The … Continue reading
St Salvators Chapel, St Andrews, is a excellent example of Late Gothic architecture. Founded in 1450 the chapel has a long history. Originally founded with a missionary as well as an educational function the chapel is still in use today … Continue reading
The interestingly named Butts Wynd in St Andrews. Connecting North Street and The Scores. The clock tower is the steeple of St Salvators Chapel. See it large