Here's a selection of some fine websites that have either contributed to this website or may be of interest to you:
TRAVEL (South Africa) (www.jacanacollection.co.za) Jacana offer fantastic backpacking trails and wild frontier adventure tours covering Eastern Cape, Limpopo, Free State, Gauteng, Northern Cape, Kwazulu Natal, Mpumalanga, the North West, Western Cape as well as Swaziland, Namibia, and Mozambique.
PHOTOGRAPHY (www.drwphoto.com) Dean Woodhouse Photography: for business, food and product photography, portraits and personal branding headshots (actors or business executives). I'm also available for shooting events and to PR, editorial, and commercial photography briefs. I use full-frame Canon DSLR's (including a 50 megapixel Canon EOS 5DsR), pro lenses, printers and flashes, pro-grade Elinchrom strobe lighting, Lastolite, Manfrotto, Avenger and Tethertools studio gear and Pocketwizard flash triggers for my work. Shooting with 35mm film (using my Canon 1V) is still available on request. I can be reached by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), by using the "Enquires" link shown above, or by phone at: (07770) 029292 My contact address is: DRW.Photo, Hazeldean, Chapel Brae, West Linton, Peeblesshire, EH46 7EP, Scotland
GRAPHIC DESIGN: (www.designandprintglasgow.com) Professional and tailormade graphic design services - see my website for more details and examples of my work.
PRINTING (www.thecopyandprintshop.com) Your very own printroom online and in store. We specialise in printing all types of documents - business and academic as well as general printing of leaflets, posters, business cards, booklets, magazines etc and also indoor and outdoor banners. We print direct from your files but offer graphic design services too. To complement our document printing services we offer a range of document binding and finishing and are confident we can present your work to the highest standard.
LOCAL CONSERVATION: (www.eskvalleytrust.org) The Esk Valley Trust cares for the beauty, history and character of the River Esk. The river North Esk rises in the Pentland Hills above the N. Esk Reservoir while the source of the river South Esk is beyond Gladhouse Reservoir in the Moorfoot Hills. Both rivers flow northeast through wooded valleys rich in wildlife, history, towns and villages, to their confluence at Waters' Meet in Dalkeith Country Park. As one river, The Esk then flows for a short distance through East Lothian where its banks form an attractive backdrop to the seaside town of Musselburgh situated at its mouth on the Firth of Forth. This new website, launched in the Autumn of 2013 includes a wealth of information that needs constant updating. Please contact us with updates and corrections.
CARLOPS COMMUNITY WEBSITE (www.carlops.net) Carlops is a former weavers' village located at the foot of the Pentland Hills only 20 minutes from Edinburgh on the A702 main road. See the website for all that's going on locally.
SPORT: (www.carnethy.com) Carnethy is a Hill Running Club, of course, but much more than that. Carnethy is arguably one of the premier Clubs in Britain and is certainly the largest hill running club in Scotland with a membership of over 300 in 2011. A glance through the past and present member’s list reads like a Hill Running Who’s Who, with World, British and Scottish Champions, Ultra-distance record holders, Internationals and the like, but that would give a false impression of Carnethy’s origins and what Carnethy is still about today. In essence, Carnethy is an association of like-minded people, enjoying hill running for all it has to offer whether it is some crucial competition or a social stravaig ‘up there’.