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Hi, I'm Tim Trott. I'm an experienced Software Engineer in Glasgow, Scotland, with a love for Photograpy, Space, UX and internet security.

My goal here is to share my experiences, knowledge, photography, and help people through writing articles and tutorials. I like to write about computers and technology, photography and astronomy, travel and cooking.

 

Photos from Leith on my Last Day in Edinburgh
20th March 2015Art & Photography
Photos from Leith, Edinburgh, as today is my last day working in Edinburgh. I now have a few days off and start a new job in Glasgow next week.
Walking in Moffat
15th February 2015Walking & Hiking
Now the snow has cleared, and I have a few free weekends, I've started doing some walking in Moffat and in the land and gardens surrounding my cottage.
Everything should be made as simple as possible, but no simpler.Albert Einstein
Grey Mares Tail in Winter
24th January 2015Walking & Hiking
Climbing up Grey Mares Tail near Moffat in the snow and ice, with a completely frozen over Loch Skeen at the top!
Crippled up the Criffel
17th January 2015Walking & Hiking
Getting back into hill walking following a break by tackling the Criffel, near Dumfries. It was a lot harder than we thought it'd be!
Snow in Moffat Hills and the Devils Beef Tub
9th December 2014Art & Photography
Venturing out into the snow around Moffat, taking photos of the surrounding Moffat Hills and the Devils Beef Tub.
Motorcycle Stolen!
20th October 2014Cars & Bikes
While calling into ASDA superstore just outside Edinburgh to get some tea on my way home from work, I exited the store only to find my motorcycle stolen from right outside the door!!!
First Home of my Own
6th September 2014Myself
I haven't quite completed my probation period at my new job, but I've just viewed an absolutely perfect cottage just outside Moffat and put down a rental deposit for my first home.
Moffat Sheep Races 2014
27th July 2014Travel
The annual Moffat sheep races celebrate the town's sheep farming and centuries old woollen industry. The event is made possible thanks to local shepherds who train their flocks all year for this event!