Night walking a country lane, exploring local Shropshire ghosts and watching a winter sunrise on the eerie Titterstone Clee Hill.
Dr James Graham was a sex therapist, an 18th century showman, a gentleman of the Enlightenment and an “emperor of quacks”. He was also the inventor of an extraordinary fertility sex aid: the Grand State Celestial Bed.
This stretch of the River Clyde’s waterfront is a shiny chrome new world that has displaced a crumbling concrete old one.
The word throbs from the crowds crammed between the statues representing an order once unshakeable, now in serious peril. “Yes! Yes! Yes!” Blue is the colour in the Saltire flags and signs featuring a thousand different ways to sculpture, print, handcraft, paint and wear the word yes.
The Scots have had had a remarkable impact on American history. Less well-known is the Scot who burned down the White House and inadvertently helped inspire the American national anthem, a “mad, romantic, money-getting” Cochrane.
The final part of the Stones and the Torment mixing medical horror, psychogeography, myth and history.
The modern-day flaneur can now walk and explore the city of the age of leisure and the mega-sporting event, Glasgow and the Commonwealth Games being the latest example.
The camera glided beautifully from George Square over the sun drenched East Glasgow streets to zoom onto Celtic’s Parkhead stadium.