Occasional Ramblings with a Camera

This blog is my occasional ramblings on here, there and about, with and very occasionally without a camera. Photography, art, landscape (principally Scottish), heritage and wildlife are the things that interest me the most, so thats what I'll be writing about and of course showing pictures of. They say that a photograph is worth a thousand words, well I'm not so sure about that but if it is then great as it will save me a heap of typing, all power to the image.

Cursus in Crieff


Way back in 2017 I made a photograph with the pupils from Crieff secondary school, part of Crieff Strathearn Campus. It had them line along the underlying archaeology of a Cursus (pdf) that crosses a neighbouring field and road then under the Campus. What must have been a spectacular monument at one time. The photograph is at the top of the panel for which it was intended.

The information (and educational) panel is located at the Campus for all to see. The whole project was masterminded by Ian Hamilton and whose perseverance made it happen. Based on archaeology by Dr Kenny Brophy.

The panel was formally launched on 24 May 2018 and got a good spread of publicity. More info HERE (same pics:() 

© George Logan 2018

© George Logan 2018© George Logan 2018© George Logan 2018