Can you see the swan sitting on the nest underneath the weeping tree? The most beautiful nesting site? It's sitting above the moat which surrounds Rothesay Castle.
1954 John Cavanagh handwoven Isle of Bute tweed, in a light emerald green.
Thanks to the Gulf Stream we have palm trees on Bute!
Where would you like to go on the Isle of Bute?
Lovely image of the Rothesay fountain, with palm trees, thanks to the effect of the Gulf Stream which keeps Bute mild in wintertime.
Dutch tulip fields remind us our bespoke Mexican stripe fabrics for the Chquito's restaurant chain.
Beautiful trim in Paisley print and diamonds.
Fishing net and Bute's Skye fabric.
Dry stane dyke and Bute's Braemar fabric.
Veins in stone and Bute's Kilmory fabric.
Island waters and Bute's Turnberry throw.
Pitted sand and Bute's Iona fabric
Nov 23, 2012, dawn over the bay, after a week of rain and gales....... peaceful.
Ettrick Bay, Isle of Bute, November sunset.
Lovely phosphorescence on the loch.
The rowan tree in Bute Fabrics' grounds is turning very autumnal!
Lord Bute, a pelargonium (geranium) named for the Marquess of Bute #scotland
Stunning Rothesay Bay at sunset - July 2012
Bute - a satellite view
Hanging baskets on Rothesay's mid-pier under the Cabbie's Rest
Royal Burgh of Rothesay lamp-post detail
All roads lead to Rothesay!
Bute Fabrics' reception