I was fortunate to have recently been given a camera trap by my parents. I made some intonations that there was a variety of wildlife here that often set off the security light outside. However the animals were often gone before I could really see them, so rapid are they at getting to where they want to be.
The camera trap worked very well indeed and has provided some lovely images of the animals that live and visit. I've had pictures of badgers, deer, owl, mice and wildcats.
This is an essay I wrote on the question of 'To what extent did Enlightenment ideas drive the agricultural revolution of eighteenth-century Scotland?'
I have uploaded it here in the hope that people will enjoy it or at least find it of interest. The references are at the bottom and that has some gems of references, especially on JSTOR.
After trying #100DaysToOffload, a challenge that wasn't suited to me. I'm not a fan of regularly blog-posting and I struggle with working out what to write.
I came across a toot from Amolith who offered a different challenge, one that I think will suit me more.
This is an extract of an essay I wrote for my uni work, I really enjoyed reasearching it and I hope that comes across in the writing.
I visited Culloden Battlefield, Inverness Library and Inverness Archive Centre in trying to find information on this. The essay took a turn and became more about Lord Lovat than I intended.