After yesterday's yucky weather, a sunnier day for walk along the Forth.

Got out for a bit of a walk anong the Forth and Clyde Canal near Allandale this afternoon before rain stopped play.

The happy couple!

Graham and Steph's wedding, December 5th, 2016

I'm not going to write a lot here, I'll just let the pictures tell the story. 

These photos are from the wedding of our eldest son, Graham, and Stephanie Orr on Monday, 5th of December, 2016, which took place at Airth Castle Hotel, near Falkirk.

It was lovely day although rather cold outside and I do feel for the bride and groom who were kept outside by the photographers for what seemed like an endless number of photographs.

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Today was our wedding anniversary, and as we had our granddaughter with us for the day we were looking for something "different" to do that would also keep her amused.  It was almost a random chance that we thought about visiting Aberdour Castle - there's a play park nearby that was the first thing in our minds, but then we realised that we hadn't been to the castle in years, not since our own children were quite little.  In fact our youngest son couldn't remember ever having been there.

I've got a lot of transparencies that I took during the 1980's.  I used "slide" film, mainly Kodachrome 25 in those days (no digital cameras then), but slipped into using negative film for ease of getting prints when I got married.  A while back, I started scanning in some of my old transparencies, but it's a slow process if you want decent resolution, so I only ever managed to do a handful out of each box.