|Hill walk routes to climb in SW Scotland - also coastal paths and National Scenic Areas with maps, pictures and other useful information based on extensive local knowledge|
|Web site development and camera info|
If you were to work your
way through this site you would probably find it inconsistent in standard
both in layout and in picture quality. The reason for that is that it
is not a professional site and it shows the history of it's evolution
in it's pages - which fact you might find interesting.
Around 2005 I got a site to myself
at the present address.
When I started into my
website at first I had been using an Olympus OM10 single lens reflex film
camera and scanning the negatives on Allan's scanner which he used for
film. I moved "up" to digital when Sandy got a new camera in
2000 and gave me his old one.
I am Dunkie by the way and you will see me in some of the pictures that Sandy has taken if you are especially interested. He allows me to use his pictures at will - that's what mates are for isn't it. As I write this in May 2007 Sandy is 69 and I am 64 - again I have put that here to encourage folk to just get out there and get on with it no matter what your age - check out the Criffel walk where another pal of mine Morris was just short of his 86th birthday when he climbed this 1800ft hill. We all stay in Dumfries by the way and have done for many years.