Photographer's Note

Okay, so not much going for this photographically speaking, but maybe better on the learning about the world front.

And, anyway, it quite amused me when I saw it, and I just knew I would have to post it... ( answers on a postcard etc etc... !! )

For all that, Traquair was an important place in its day, loosely the 12th century. It was during a visit to Traquair House, or Palace as it was then known, that William I of Scotland granted a charter for the erection of a burgh with the power to hold markets every Thursday.

That burgh today is known as Glasgow.

More here about its history, and other images and more about its environs in WS.


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