Monthly Archives: April 2011

Friday photo; Sound of Scarp

There’s a good chance you know this already, but if not there are two people who met at the University of St Andrews getting married today.  Is it too much to hope that the groom, His Royal Highness Prince William Arthur … Continue reading

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Fir-tàilisg Leòdhais ann a Museum nan Eilean

Thàining luchd-turais chudromaich dha rìreamh gu baile Steòrnabhagh an t-seachdain sa chaidh agus iad gu bhith còmhla rinn airson coig mìosan…cò eile ach Fir-tàilisg Leòdhais. An dèidh dhaibh daoine a tharraing thuca ann a Taigh-tasgaidh Nàiseanta na h-Alba, Ionad-taisbeanaidh Ealain Obar Dheathain … Continue reading

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Friday Photo; Uig Coastline

Today sees the first day of The Lewis Chessmen exhibition in Museum nan Eilean, Stornoway.  The Chessmen will be in Stornoway until 12th September before going on display in the area they were found on 13th September in Uig Museum.  Unfortunately … Continue reading

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A’ trèandh còmhla ri Comunn Eachdraidh Tholastaidh

Rinn David agus Donna air Comunn Eachdraidh Tholastaidh oidhche ‘Chiadain sa chaidh airson a chiad seasan trèanaidh a’ dèanamh còmhla ris a’ bhuidheann. Sheall sinn còmhla air eisimpleirean de chlàran a th’ aca, man litrichean Dòmhnall MacDhòmhnaill a thàinig bho … Continue reading

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Friday Photo; Spot the shoe!

Eaglais Na H-Aoidhe, known in English as the Church of the Ui or Eye is in Aignish Cemetery in Point.  Dating from the 14th century, this effigy above of a knight is thought to be Roderick, a chief of the … Continue reading

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Friday photo: Garry Beach

I felt like uploading a picture from my own beautiful village of Tolsta, and chanced upon this pretty photograph of Garry Beach.  It’s a great photo so I was dismayed to see that it looked like had been damaged by what … Continue reading

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