This is a blog all about travels, thoughts and stuff like that.

So far it has featured posts on subjects as disparate as sensory overloads and Proclaimers concerts, visits to Cambridge, Edinburgh, Ireland and many other places. I delve into psychogeography, mainly through my Streets of Glasgow project, though sometimes in Edinburgh. I sometimes write about football. I even talk autism from time to time. Occasionally I rant, other times I just blether. Mainly blethering.

The photograph that appears at the top of the home page is a bridge leading to Aberlady Bay in East Lothian.

Photographs that appear here have been taken by myself, usually on a mobile phone though sometimes on a conventional digital camera. I am not fussed about reuse as long as I get a credit.

I am a person. I work in libraries. I grew up in East Lothian and now live in Glasgow. I like football and I read a lot. Anything I am interested in will probably appear here at some point. All views are of course entirely my own.

To get in touch, please e-mail walkingtalkingblog [at] gmail [dot] com or leave a comment below a post. If you want to follow my witterings, then there’s an option for that, normally in the bottom right of the page.

I hope you enjoy my blog.


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  1. Thanks so much for following Oh, the Places We See. We would love to see your part of the world — Glasgow has always been on our bucket list. Perhaps someday we can get there. Until then, keep telling us about life there. It’s what enriches our lives — knowing what the world is doing.

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