Share is a word we hear a lot these days. "Share to Facebook" really means, "Lock away in Facebook". But sharing on Flickr really meant sharing — with the world.
Concorde at the National Museum of Flight, East Fortune.
You Are Still Here.
By Mona Hatoum, on display at Fundació Joan Miró.
We’ve had worse breakfasts.
The view from our Airbnb in Barcelona at 2am. Not bad. 👍
A different lunchtime walk today, at Braidburn Valley Park.
2017 is a year that showed that I have a lot to be grateful for. But even though I don't normally set new year's resolutions, I am setting myself three broad goals for 2018.
In March, Alex and I took a trip to New York. It was such a brilliant holiday that it has taken me 9 months to write about it all.
We often think of commuting as wasteful and inconvenient. But is it entirely negative?
This year I took part in Pedal for Scotland, an annual charity cycle from Glasgow to Edinburgh. I had never cycled anything like that distance before.
Get out of my office: how to switch to ‘walking meetings’ Move more. Get up and walk about. And I don’t just mean in the office. Go out for a walk, get some fresh air for a meeting.
Last month, Alex and I were one of 50,000 people to take part in a “once in a lifetime opportunity” to walk over the new Queensferry Crossing.
The odd thing about John O'Groats is that you would imagine it being like the edge of the world the way people talk about it. But once you get there, it doesn't feel like the edge of anything.
We covered the whole northern coast of Scotland in one day.
On a glorious day we saw a beautiful lighthouse, walked to a natural wonder and stayed at a campsite with the most incredible view.
The next stage of our journey took us to the North West Highlands Geopark, where the landscape was at its most dramatic.
This day's drive was a long one. In total, we spent over four and a half hours driving. But we just had time to stop off at a legendary beach before heading to the wonderful Badrallach campsite.
We continued our North Coast 500 by heading west. But we were a little disappointed by one of the area's main attractions.
Part 1 of a series of posts about the North Coast 500, a road trip that takes you on a circular route around the north coast of the Highlands of Scotland.
How my brother and I caught the bug at the world's most legendary motor race.
This month Alex and I took a long weekend break in Berlin. Despite almost getting caught up in something nasty, we had a brilliant time.
Jupiter Artland, which reopens for the summer this weekend, is arguably one of the area's greatest cultural assets.
Highlights from the most unique city I have ever visited.
Bars are not open before midnight at new year in Reykjavik. But that didn't stop it from being the best new year's experience I have ever had.
It is true that Iceland can be an expensive place to eat out. And their beer is not always great. But with care, you can get around both issues.
There is some interesting architecture in Iceland. Here are some buildings that particularly caught my eye on my recent trip there.
It's no secret that Iceland has some stunning scenery. Its geography is just fantastic. Nature does not get much more extreme than volcanoes. But more visually spectacular are its waterfalls -- and, of course, the northern lights.
About half of my trip to Iceland was spent in Reykjavik. Read about my trips to a geothermal spring, Reykjavik's museums and shopping for an Icelandic jumper.
I went on holiday to Iceland over new year. I have plenty to write about, but this first article looks at my general impressions of Iceland as a country.
With me thinking about taking up photography more seriously as a hobby, I have found another great reason to use Google+ -- its awesome photo editing features.
For our latest Angus and Dundee walk, we decided to go a bit further afield. The Rocks of Solitude are situated at the River North Esk, just north of Edzell, on the border between Angus and Aberdeenshire.
This was our final day in the Lake District, so we had just a few hours to spend before we had to think about making our way back home. I returned to Aira Force, and we explored further around Ullswater.
Our fourth day in the Lake District saw us trying to climb the Old Man of Coniston, before taking a more relaxing -- though unsettling -- trip to Keswick.
This was a day of getting lost and unexpected adventures. But it was probably the highlight of our holiday. We took in a waterfall, two high hills, a lake, a beautiful village and a great pub.
Last week I went on a holiday to the Lake District with my girlfriend. This is the first post in a short series about our adventures in the Lake District. In days one and two we explored Ambleside and walked to Windermere.