The Pick of Pics: Gullane Hash Weekend

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

If you've been following over at Flickr, you know I've taken something like 800 pictures so far, but most of them have been uploaded without titles or descriptions of any kind. I'm trying to remedy that now, and promise to attempt to be more disciplined about this in the future (I'll at least try to note what city the picture was taken in, ok?). And if I ever get the time I'll try to go back and label the older stuff too. But it occurred to me that it might be fun to do some really short posts picking out a few of the photos that stand out for me, or are just fun, but don't need a whole novel's worth of back-story to go with them. So I'm launching a new, probably recurring series: The Pick of Pics. Remember you can click on the photo to be taken directly to the Flickr page, where you can see a higher resolution version of any of the photos I post (if I remember to create the links). They're not super hi-res, because the time it takes to upload them in their original 7 mega-pixel format is just not feasible. If you want hi-res pictures of this stuff, come and take your own.

This first one is for the hashers:

The most picturesque check ever, right at the doorstep of what I think is a ruined 12th c. church, surrounded by a graveyard.

1 Comment:

Karen said...


Are you?

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