You don’t need to be a wizard – or even a fan of Harry Potter – to play quidditch, as Gayle discovers...
The perfect ride is one with friends.
The low autumn sun over Loch Leven illuminated this small group of goldeneye ducks in perfect fashion; the rays of light catching every nuance of their green iridescent heads.
Urban walks are not always about pounding pavements, as this hike through the leafy western fringes of Kirkcaldy very ably demonstrates.
Fancy a spot of shooting? Gayle takes out some clay targets lined up for her at Gleneagles Shooting School
It is the lightest of sounds, and even in the stillness of the night air, so delicate I’m not even sure it is there. But I concentrate the mind once more, and yes, I can definitely hear it; a thin wispy ‘seep, seep’ coming from the darkness of the heavens.
Craig Hill, Kenmore, Perth & Kinross
I can’t quite remember how old I was when I first went out cycling on roads by myself, without an adult, but I was definitely less than 12 as I used to cycle the mile from my home to Invergowrie Primary School every day.
The Pony Club was formed in 1929 and encourages young riders to get in the saddle. Gayle Ritchie meets three sisters (and their ponies) who are members...
The autumn migration of pink-footed geese is one of nature’s most fantastic spectacles. Gayle joined a dawn count of the birds at Montrose Basin