My Sunday Photo | 01 March 15

For My Sunday Photo this week, I’ve travelled up north to the Royal Burgh of St Andrews in Fife, Scotland

We were there for a business conference and our event organisers had scheduled a walking tour of the Burgh, known to many as the ‘home of golf’, and now famed as the very place where our future king met his future queen.

It was such a beautiful place. Full of fabulously old architectural buildings each with their own historical tales to tell.

Whilst stood looking out over Castle Sands to the cold wintry looking North Sea, my hair being blown in all directions by the strong and wild winds, I was so taken by the dramatic cliff edges and rugged ruins of St Andrew’s Castle, stood still proudly atop a rocky outcrop, that I just had to capture the moment on film.

St Andrews Scotland



    • 7th April 2015 / 10:57 am

      Thank you so much. So pleased you liked it. Xxx

    • 18th March 2015 / 7:11 am

      Thank you so much. I’ve always loved this view. Xxxx

  1. 1st March 2015 / 4:13 pm

    Fabulous, Such a beautiful photo and I love the black and white effect makes the picture just that 10% better than it was before, Clio lending a helping hand for Coombe Mill

    • 18th March 2015 / 7:19 am

      Thanks so much Clio – I agree – I preferred the black and white affect too. Xxxx

  2. 1st March 2015 / 3:50 pm

    Stunning, I love seeing old places

    Thank you for linking up

  3. 1st March 2015 / 10:10 am

    A friend of ours used to live and work in St Andrew’s – it’s such a lovely place (if a little windswept!)

  4. 1st March 2015 / 8:41 am

    A wonderful photo, makes me wonder just how it fell to ruin

    • 29th May 2015 / 10:10 pm

      I know – thank you so much for your comment. And so many apologies for such a late response. Steph xxx

  5. 1st March 2015 / 8:34 am

    Beautiful picture! We used to live in Fife, such a lovely place xx

  6. 1st March 2015 / 7:38 am

    What a stunning place, it looks like a film set. xx #sundayphoto

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