The workspace in Blackfriars Street will exhibit a collection of images shot in Paris and Edinburgh.
Preview and exhibition opening hours to follow.
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More from the Seriously Good Venison farm. The stag pictured above and in the last photograph here is the same one in the June post, now with fully formed antlers.
More from the F.M.A. and Fishmarket at Pittenweem.
Deanston Distillery, near Doune on the River Teith. The festival included tours, tastings, music , local crafts and produce.
Based in Leith’s Academy Street, Leith Victoria AAC, was founded in 1919 and is Scotland’s oldest boxing club still in existence.
Generally, farm livestock must be taken to an abattoir for slaughter, but SGV shoot in the field.
Painting the Crusader. There isn’t much fishing in May – instead, vessels are repaired and painted for the resumption of fishing in June. Work begins as soon as the tide is low enough and has to be completed (and dry) before the tide comes back in.
“The Stramash is an event of mystery, entertainment, comicality and madcap pioneering. “
The Edinburgh Whisky Stramash is held at Surgeon’s Hall and this year includes exhibits from Glenfiddich and Deanston distilleries as well as a speakeasy and a molecular mixology feature. In addition to the huge number of whiskys on offer, there’s music, food and even a barber shop.
Seriously Good Venison’s in-house butchers.