St. Mary’s Loch in the Scottish Borders

I got inspired by beautiful photos of a like-minded photographer that showcased the trees and mystical atmosphere of this loch and decided to explore it. Initially I wanted to walk around it as apparently there is a circular path, but I couldn’t find it (I did later on). Not too sure how long this whole adventure would take, we just walked about 4 miles on part of the Southern Upland Way admiring the loch, enjoying peace (hardly anybody there) and the hills of the Scottish Borders.

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A touch of frost

Today’s morning was fantastic. Initially I wanted to photograph the atmospheric mist and chose to travel to Balerno. However, it was glorious sunshine when I arrived at Red Moss car park. Still I managed to capture the wonderful play of frost and light. And did part of the Nine Mile Burn walk, which is definitely something I will explore further in the future.

Tyninghame Beach walk

One of my favourite beaches near Edinburgh. Always popular with families, campers and all sorts of walkers and horse riders.

A varied mixture of sands and rocks of various shapes and colours offers a relaxing day, ideal for a picnic or a walk.

A nearby cafe in the village offers great cakes and drinks.

A walk led by myself was 4 miles long, we took the high path first and then just strolled the beach. There are plenty horses about and this particular white one is my favourite.

 

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