Dalwhinnie Voices

Dalwhinnie WC Graffiti
A walk around Dalwhinnie
Jules Akel
Dalwhinnie Voices
Jules Akel

Dalwhinnie as a home after life in the south - a lyrical and moving description
Picture added on 25 August 2010 at 15:06
Friendly warm photo slightly at odds with audio panegyric to qualities of landscape in which bleakness as well as beauty is celebrated. A rare creative spirit articulated, maybe saying more about the perceiver than the place.
Added by ROY TYLDEN-WRIGHT on 03 October 2010
not sure about the 'free with Coleman's Mustard' fleece looks the part!
Added by Steve on 02 October 2012
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