Recent arrivals…

Some Scottish friends sent me photos of their new postcards, recently arrived. Most have taken on some damage in transit, but that is part of the story.

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#032: and now we turn

Post card sent to Catriona MacLeod, a well-known Gaelic singer and also my first cousin. Growing up I was really close to her dad, my Uncle Donald.

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#031: the light that never goes out

Postcard sent to Catriona Courtier, my dad’s first cousin. She and I were always great pals.

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#030: art is of no use to marxists

Postcard sent to Oscar-nominated Scottitsh film director, David Mackenzie, one of my oldest and dearest friends.

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#029: i’m not allowed to fail

Postcard sent to Gillian Berrie, founder and head producer over at Sigma Films in Glasgow.

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#028: it seemed worth it at the time

Postcard sent to Susie Verden-Anderson, an old Edinburgh school chum.

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#027: i needed to be alone

Postcard sent to Robert Alstead, an old Edinburgh school chum, now living in Vancouver.

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#26: spiritual potential

Hand-drawn postcard sent to marketing legend, author and speaker, Seth Godin, who A. isn’t Scottish, but B. has had a huge impact on my career nonetheless.

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#025: what i lacked in wisdom

Postcard sent to Jonathan Freemantle, South African painter living in Edinburgh.

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#022: had life gone the way I had hoped.

Postcard sent to Brian Hamill, Editor at The Common Breath, an arts publication in Glasgow.

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