Monday 23rd July 2018

Whenever I am feeling stressed out, Lintrathen nature reserve is where I go. The variety of botanicals give me new ideas and there are so many odd little nooks and crannies to photograph.


Scottish raspberries.


Stephanie enjoying a tempting raspberry before beginning work.


We were shocked to see that the Lintrathen Loch has all but dried up – especially as this is one of the local water supplies.  In place of the water were masses of tiny frogs and toads mingling amongst the newly growing grass. Oddly enough, some with only three legs.


Our brand new Scottish stag pendant in sterling silver is now available on our Etsy shop : link at bottom of post.


One of Scotland’s most poisonous and beautiful plants – the foxglove.


Our brand new Isle of Arran forget me not locket on a 24″ sterling silver chain.


Cast from Scottish sea glass, these sterling silver earrings contain real Scottish moss preserved within.


And back home again after a successful shoot!



Find our range of real Scottish flower and nature jewellery here: http://botanicisles.etsy.com/

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