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Leftover pictures from Part The First of Aitch's visitation to the Hutch and its surroundings...









































16 comments:

  1. Lovely, and interesting photographs! How varied is this world!

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  2. So happy I don't have to pick a favorite. I really like the last.

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  3. Favorite? No question for us it's blue hydrangea. It's significsnt. The scenes are beautiful in a way that is made unique to Scotland by the kirk and the Celtic crosses. Furrings and purrings Mr T

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  4. A great set of photos. Where are the Celtic carvings?
    I agree with T about the hydrangea. Ones that blue always remind me of a flatmate in London who buried rusty nails beneath a rather sad looking hydrangea in the little front garden of the house we rented, in the hope that the flowers would turn from pink to blue. It didn't work.
    Cheers, Gail.

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    1. Hari OM
      They are gravestones that were integrated into the church on its refurbishment, 1903, but date to 14thC. Yxx

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  5. Such beautiful photos! My favorite is the hydrangea blossom.

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  6. Hi Yam - so pleased you had a happy visit with Aitch ... but I thought the flower was an African Violet - but seemingly wrong. The gravestones are just amazing to see - lucky you to have seen them in person. So much history in this country - both north and south, east and west! Cheers Hilary

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  7. Oh YAM I love the color of the flower!!
    My mind's eye envisions the fun you and Aitch had
    Hugs cecilia

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  8. the church with the cast iron railing is my favortie, love love those trees... awesome purple flower

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  9. Your pictures are the only thing that makes me want to travel.

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  10. Flowers, Nature, Architecture and History....all my favorites in one post!!

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  11. Like leftovers, always welcome!

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  12. What great pictures. We love seeing the old church building and wish we had history that went back as far as you do in your country.

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  13. Nice series, YAM. namaste, janice xx

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