My latest article in the new issue is 'Inchmahome: the Priory on the Lake' - this is one of my absolute favourite places to visit every year or so. All lakes are called lochs in Scotland, apart from the one on which the Priory is situated, the Lake of Menteith. I won't replicate the article here as I've been paid for it in the magazine, but I wanted to share a couple of my photos, which you may have seen after our last visit there (can't remember if I put them on this blog!). I also provide all the photos for my own articles in the magazine and it's an added pleasure seeing some of them being given a half page each.
The Priory is mainly a ruin, with only the Chapter House intact but it has a great history and it's easy to imagine it during the 13th century and the subsequent years until it fell into disuse. Being on a small island, there's an amazing sense of peace once we've taken the tiny boat across the short distance, even on the busiest days. I can't wait for another visit soon.