A preview synopsis of my observations and recollections of Scotland, January to May, 2013. All photos were taken with a Pentax 645 medium format camera or disposable cameras, minus one digital shot with a Canon 5D. All other materials were hand-scanned and edited, in collage aesthetic. These photos were taken in Edinburgh and East Lothians, Glasgow, and around the Highlands.
The book title is a line taken from a Scottish song, Flower of Scotland, written by Roy Williamson, sung often at sporting events, such as rugby, and used as an unofficial national anthem.