This morning, I was motivated by an unusual combination of sunshine and clear skies to cycle down to Busby to photograph the valley of the River Cart (White Cart Water) at this interesting time of year. There was an added dimension of a mild overnight frost.

This location looks very pleasant and colourful in the sunlight. However, during the 18th and 19th centuries this area was a hive of industrial activity centred on water powered mills.

White Cart at Busby

Reflections on White Cart Water

Viaduct over White Cart Water


Foliage in the Fall


Elsewhere today I have been working on the following tour enquiries:

  • Family tour of Scotland for July.
  • Self-Drive tour of Scotland for next May.
  • Hiking Tour along the West Highland Way, from Glasgow to Fort William.
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