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Thursday, 13 June 2013

This Land

I had an interesting conversation with a colleague at work questioning land rights and how much has been taken away from us, what people can actually call their own. I will admit I know nothing about land rights. Renting a flat with no garden means I don't own my own little plot of land. What I did know that now what is important to me is access and that is something I would be willing to fight for. Access to the space I think my wee man needs to grow, have fun and learn. Glasgow thankfully actually ticks that box. We don't have to go that far to enjoy the land and what it has to offer and it's for free and usually well cared for. We don't get to grow our own flowers but we see them growing wild in the fields. There are mountains and rivers and lochs and it's all on our doorstep. As Spring has done it's thing we have been able to watch it all change and grow. It's our backyard and I know that like me my wee man really appreciates it. This is our land.





























While not pictures of a garden as such this post was inspired by Mammasaurus and her linky How does your garden grow? 

Mammasaurus - How Does Your Garden Grow?

12 comments:

  1. And each and every one picture postcard perfect!!!! xxx

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  2. Wow so many great pictures I really felt like I was part of your walk

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  3. Beautiful pictures... Getting homesick again :)

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  4. Such natural beauty, I'd love to be there, walking and soaking it all up. How great that you are exploring it as a family - memories being made for the wee man.

    Thanks for joining in again this week - I really enjoyed this, it's like you are giving me a piggy back along your journey! x

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  5. Such beautiful landscapes around you, lovely photo's!

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  6. Beautiful pictures Sabrina. The countryside around Glasgow is beautiful and Loch Lomond ranks as one of my favourite places on earth, it is stunning beyond words

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  7. beautiful scenery, its amazing what you can find in nature on a good walk.

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  8. Wow those are stunning. I've never been to Glasgow or any of the surrounding lochs but it looks really beautiful. I'd love to go one day!

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  9. Stunning photographs. I love the pebble one x

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  10. Oh wow! That is simply a stunning collection. I love your pictures! X.

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