Monthly Archives: February 2009

John Kent’s photos of Glencoe

John Kent recently took some fabulous photographs on Rannoch Moor and up Glencoe. He “took part in a Photo Workshop in Glencoe/Rannoch Moor (Scotland) in Mid February. We had plenty of snow coupled with some sunny weather – ideal for photos.” “We were up before dawn every day and on the first 2 days at pre-dawn [...]

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Welcome to the cafe

Welcome to my little cafe! You have to imagine the tables and chairs – though I much prefer couches – and the pervading aroma of coffee. There are nuts and nibbles on the table, and maybe some of Ivanna’s amazing tapas. All your friends are there – talking their heads off, catching up with what’s [...]

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Stained glass for Glenlivet

I just spotted some fabulous stained glass by Shona McInnes, who trained at Glasgow School of Art. Check out her lovely interpretation of local landscape for Glenlivet at www.leadlinestudio.co.uk/portfolio17.html Smaller groups https://buyessayonline.ninja of students found positions in marketing and sales, operations management and production and technology management

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The de Rosa Singers’ Haiti Concert

Lydia de Rosa’s advanced students’ concert at the Hyndland Parish Churchwas a great success on Saturday 20th February 2010. A full house enjoyed the delightful programme of classical, opera, operetta and songs from the shows, and a googly sum was raised for the earthquake victims of Haiti. September https://hausarbeit-agentur.com 1576 rom geronimo cardano arbeitete auf dem gebiet der algebra und [...]

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