1 EAGLETON NOTES: Perth (The One in Scotland)

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Saturday, 3 October 2009

Perth (The One in Scotland)

On my way from Glasgow to Lewis on Thursday I stopped in Perth for a coffee.  A day in Perth would not be enough to photograph all the goodies there are to show but these happened to be right at the car park where I parked:


 
 
 
 

6 comments:

  1. The buildings look very stark, but there is something very appealing about them too. Maybe I'm imagining warm & cozy inside? Or one of my ancestors is calling me...

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  2. The gale must be building already. Isn't that three posts in one day? Something must be keeping you indoors! That's a lovely old building. Does it seem strange moving backwards and forwards from all that history to a "new" land? Seems to me it wouldn't be just north and south that was confusing!

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  3. Thanks for showing these, I love looking at old houses. Seeing pictures like these makes me itch for travelling which I'm not really physically up to these days - but on the other hand, this way I get to see them without the effort of actually going places and dragging luggage around... (Yesterday I wore myself out just with two longish walks in the same day...)

    So I'll take the positive attitude and rejoice in the possibility of at least being able to see more of the world through other people's eyes! Looking forward to New Zealand soon...;) Which I chiefly know from films like Lord of the Rings! LOL

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  4. I think these signs are very good. As you know I've started collecting them. Some could be classed as works of art.

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  5. Oh, these are really cool. I love the bareness of the outside...it is like the wind tried and tried and couldn't get in. I imagine cozy chairs surrounding big fireplaces inside.

    Very, very cool.

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