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Thursday, 12 June 2008

St Bridget's Church Fife Scotland


St Bridget's Church, Fife, Scotland. The ruins of a medieval Scottish church, much altered in the 17th century for Protestant worship. On the west end is a burial vault with laird’s loft above, built for the Earl of Dunfermline.

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2 comments:

Carlos Lamani said...

Hi, my name is Carlos Lamani and I do comics.

I'm interested in drawing a short story by R.L. Stevenson called "Thrawn Janet" which take place in the moorland parish of Balweary, in the vale of Dule in 1712. Stevenson also do references to the cementary of Balweary in Black Hill, but I don't know if it really exist. Would you be able to help me with some photos of the places I have mentioned as it has been really difficult to find some of the area in the internet?

Just so you have an idea of what kind of story I'm talking about you can find it in follwing link: http://www.classicreader.com/read.php/bookid.2967/sec.1/

Following address is just to show you the kind of comics I do http://www.lamanistudio.com/comics-esp.html

I hope you can help me and look very much forward to hear from you.

Kind regards

Carlos lamani
carlos_lamani@telefonica.net
www.lamanistudio.com

Chris Gullion said...

I visited St. Bridgets in 2004 while hiking along the Fife Coastal Pathway. Great video and beautiful countryside!