Aka the snuggly Merrick cat.
So the connection to Belle was Scone Palace where her portrait with Lady Elizabeth resides! It was a last minute surprise and we had a nice picnic there too.
Popped by The House of Dun too which I hadn’t been to for years, love it.
For some art research. Wouldn’t be complete with a coned Wellington and horse outside GoMA!
…and an excellent opportunity for graveyard photography.
Just one picture to tease you from my trip to London. I’d never been to Greenwich before so I had to see the Naval College and Queen’s House. Beautiful location.
Early morning at New King’s.
Afternoon at the harbour at Gourdon.
Here at the homestead things have not been good for the family as we’re struggling with a major bereavement, which explains slightly my erratic blogging and reviewing – I hope you all forgive me.
One positive is our new Maine Coon kitty Sidney, or hissing Sid as he’s apt to be called sometimes! He was adopted from a local animal shelter, like all 3 of our cats.
He’s got a Habsburg chin, eh?!
Just a quick reminder that you can buy the 2014 Bailies of Bennachie calendar.
Why I hear you ask? Well, one of my brother’s photos of Bennachie has been included this year. If memory serves correctly, it is the September picture.
You can find out more here.