I tend to leave things to the very last moment, so I was lucky to get a decent lead photo this afternoon. The following three are more in the nature of a documentary illustration of what you see if you step through the forbidden gateway. Needless to say, no-one pays any attention to the sign, least of all dogs, who can’t read anyway. I also wanted to show you the outside of the Campbeltown Heritage Centre. Impressive building, with a lot of pizzazz, not the sort of thing you expect from dour Scottish Protestantism. Needs a good sandblasting (and some blue skies) to bring out the vibrant colours.
One of the benefits of taking photos in Campbeltown is that people come up and talk to you. The sight of a grown man on his knees in leaf mould, taking a close-up photo of a bush, must bring out the need to check he’s not a danger to the public. I had another pleasant conversation this afternoon.
No Through Route.