Fire dancing – rather them than me!
We gallivant in Glasgow, Kintyre and Dundee.
Music, textiles and women’s history made up my month – and a bit of weather!
From Burke and Hare to dinosaurs – August is a scary month!
The Ideal Hut Show has reached Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens! A selection of architects, artists and designers from Scotland and abroad have transformed standard garden sheds for this exhibition, which is touring Scotland… Read more The Ideal Hut Show →
The picture above has appeared on this blog before, but I’m recycling it for Jude’s new Garden Challenge. Her theme for January is Winter Gardens – head to her blog… Read more January: Winter Gardens →
For the second winter, Glasgow’s West End Festival is putting on its Electric Gardens light show in the Botanics. We headed along on Friday evening and braved the cold to wander around… Read more Electric Gardens 2 →
Take a walk round Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens as you’ve never seen them before. Electric Gardens is the West End Festival’s first winter venture and it’s on till 15th February (follow… Read more Electric Gardens →
Scottish Snapshots is a series of short posts about places I visited in 2013 but didn’t write about at the time Wandering round Glasgow’s Botanic Gardens is something of a Boxing… Read more Scottish Snapshots: Glasgow Botanic Gardens →
Glasgow’s West End Festival is celebrating its 18th this year – happy coming of age! Almost every year, there has been a magnificent parade but I have to admit to… Read more Glasgow’s West End Festival Parade →
This weekend sees the 15th Glasgow Orchid Fair which takes place in the Kibble Palace (above) at the Botanic Gardens. We visited this morning, and it’s on again tomorrow if… Read more Glasgow Orchid Fair →
There’s not much open in Glasgow on Boxing Day, so we spent a happy hour or so wandering through the Kibble Palace and hothouses at Glasgow Botanic Gardens. Kibble Palace:… Read more Glasgow Botanic Gardens →