One thousand, nine hundred and seventy-five miles and I am finally back home in Cornwall. Not spent enough of this month at home to do a challenge post on the Cornish blog, so here is a summary of my September elsewhere in the UK.
Starting with a wedding in Colchester, Essex and then winding slowly northwards along the eastern side of the country to Edinburgh, where I met up with the delightful restless one – fellow blogger Jo who has now retreated to her home in the Algarve for a rest. Finishing with a relaxing week in the “Country of the Big Trees” – Perthshire and a brief stopover in Shrewsbury to visit the mother-in-law.
The wedding went off fine, a lovely bright and sunny day after a couple of humid and grey ones so the ceremony and the buffet were held outdoors. A beautiful cake made up of dozens of flower-iced cupcakes, unfortunately I prefer my cake to have more cake than icing and this wasn’t the case. Looked incredible though. And neither the bride nor her father managed to trip over on the uneven flooring!
Weather-wise it was a pretty good month. Began with hot and humid in Essex, a wet day in Norwich, sunshine and clear skies in Lincolnshire, back to hot and humid in Durham followed by a couple of days in the murky fog and damp, before becoming sunny and bright once more in Scotland. Rained pretty much all the way home, but you can’t have it all!
I will write about each of the places we visited in turn, once I have sorted through the hundreds of photos and caught up with stuff back home – not least the garden which appears to have gone wild during my absence.
[the header image is of the skyline in Edinburgh – for some reason the skyline caught my eye there more than anything else – all those spires and chimneys]
The Cardinal is continuing his photo project throughout 2016 – a blogging event, a monthly photo challenge. Read his blog for the new rules this year (he is running two versions) and to view his interpretation and those of other participants.
37 thoughts on “Monthly Photo Challenge: September”
That was quite a trip! You seemed to fit a lot into it, and so many different places. I love the photo of Glamis Castle – peeping mysteriously from the trees. Despite having toured much of Scotland on family holidays I am pretty sure I didn’t ever go there.
By the time we reached Dunkeld I was rather tired, so I didn’t explore as much as I thought I would in Scotland. Glamis was a good decision though on a beautiful day so we enjoyed the grounds as much as the house itself.
I imagine the grounds there must be lovely – when Scotland has good weather, there’s nothing much to beat it!
Except Cornwall… 😀
Ha ha! Maybe we will have to declare a draw…
OMG! OMG! OMG! From city scapes to castles to seaside to fields of hay … all so beautiful. And Glamis Castle looks like it’s straight out of a fairy tale. What a wonderful tour!
Yes, indeed. It will take me some time to write it all up!
I see you’ve been exorcising the travel bug. 🙂
Just a bit. I’m getting less and less inclined to fly anywhere now, but I will be stretching my wings later on this month 🙂
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