Over the past week we have been busy adding new images to our Galleries from all around Scotland. As always all are images are free to be reused and modified for personal and non profit usage.

The galleries we have added are:

RNLI Open Day 2011

Images captured from the RNLI open day at Kinghorn which managed to raise £4000 for the Sea Rescue service. View Gallery

Braes to the Meedies

Images capturing the walk going down the Braes in Lochgelly to the Meedies. View Gallery

Inside Edinburgh Castle

Images capturing the Edinburgh sky line as viewed from inside Edinburgh Castle, as well as images of some of the historical buildings within the castle. View Gallery


Images capturing the walk from Ballingry to Scotlandwell and going up the hill towards Kinesswood. View Gallery

The Den

Images capturing the Den woods down at Cardenden. View Gallery

* The images from Scotlandwell were captured today, and it was interesting to note that from Scotlandwell we could see Mossmorran start to flare and the size of the black smoke cloud that it produced before pumping steam through their main flaring stack.

Over the next few weeks, we will be capturing the scenery around Lochgelly that has been earmarked for housing development as we feel that it is important to document these areas for future records.

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