Sketches from the North

pen and ink sketch of Loch Lomond seaplane
Waiting for our turn on the Loch Lomond seaplane

In between drawing streets and icon diploma course work, I love to sketch whenever I get a spare moment. It means that waiting for the dentist, or whatever, is now a great way of really looking at life going on around me. So waiting for our turn on a seaplane trip was one well worth recording. The flight was actually a present for Iain’s birthday back in February, but funnily enough, we ended up flying on my birthday!

We have just had a week on holiday up on Speyside in Morayshire, Scotland. It was wonderful but the best way of telling you about it is to share a few sketches.

Letterbox drawing
Enjoying a drink outside Sartis Italian Restaurant in Glasgow
Sartis glasgow sketch
Bottles on the shelves in Sartis Italian reastuarant, Glasgow
Willow tea Rooms Glasgow
Willow Tea Rooms, Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow. Beautiful details on this Charles Rennie Mackintosh building.
Gutters cast iron
Beautiful gutters
scottish delicacies
Taste of all things Scottish!
view from Loch lomond sea plane
Bird’s eye view from the Loch Lomond Sea Plane – stunning!

Thanks for reading! Stay well.

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