Elephant-viewing by taxi.
The red and yellow helicopter, call-sign G-ORKY, swoops in low over Braeriach, high in the Cairngorms.
Edinburgh has a lot to offer cyclists, with its network of car-free paths on former railway lines providing easy riding from the suburbs into the city centre.
The white plastic fish box lost somewhere at sea and washed up on the shore was being put to good use by a group of excitable children.
Topped with raspberries, the mountain of a cake I'm looking at is decorated with grapes, figs and berries, and garlanded with ivy and wild flowers.
Just as "slow food" generally tastes better than fast food, slow transport – at least on holiday – is a more enjoyable way to travel.
You could be forgiven for experiencing a sense of geographical displacement on arrival in Buenos Aires.
Location: Bridge of Gaur, Loch Rannoch
I don't recall when I first became aware of Tough Mudder, and the garish orange headband its graduates gain the honour of wearing.
CALUM MACDONALD finds plenty to ponder on a rural retreat to Norfolk
When I last visited Tunisia I was in no hurry to return.
Location: Amulree, Perth and Kinross
Location: Houston and Bridge of Weir
Location: Perth and Kinross